26 June 2012
This past weekend, former Pitt cornerback and two-time All BIG EAST selection Aaron Berry was arrested under the suspicion of driving under the influence in Harrisburg. Why "under the suspicion"? Well, because Berry refused to take a breathalizer test. It's not like he was swerving all over the road and hitting parked cars or anything. Oh wait...
According to a source, Berry was driving near the Hilton Harrisburg Hotel early Saturday morning when the car he was driving struck other parked vehicles.
Berry allegedly exited his car and began to walk away from the scene. A witness followed him and called the police.
Berry was arrested by Officer Duane Pyles at 4:45am and transported to the Harrisburg Police Department booking center.
According to a source, Berry was not cooperative when asked for personal information during the booking process and also refused to submit to a breathalyzer test.
This continues a series of bad decisions by the Detroit Lions over the past few weeks. Running back Mikel Leshoure was arrested on two seperate occasions for marijuana-related incidents (for which he was suspended two games) and defensive tackle Nick Fairley was also arrested for a DUI over Memorial Day weekend.
I guess it is not a good offseason to be a Lions fan...actually is that ever a good time?
(thanks to @rys1324 for the heads up)
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