Quantcast

Donovan McNabb served a day in jail for DUI

Donovan McNabb mugshot

A mugshot of Donovan McNabb circulated around the web Thursday seemingly without reason, but now we know why: he was released from jail after serving one day.

McNabb was pulled over on Dec. 15 and arrested in the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community for speeding (TMZ says he was doing 81 in a 65 zone). He was booked for DUI and pleaded guilty on March 27.

McNabb was sentenced to 10 days in jail, but nine days were suspended, so he served his one day in the clink Wednesday and was released on Thursday.

There isn’t a whole lot to this story, but it just goes to show that a lot of famous people can get into trouble and have it fly under the radar. In the case of McNabb, he almost got away with nobody finding out.

Donovan McNabb arrested in January in criminal traffic DUI case

Donovan McNabb mugshot

Donovan McNabb was arrested in January in Arizona for DUI, and the arrest is making headlines Thursday because his mugshot was just released.

The Maricopa County justice website says the case type is “criminal traffic” and that McNabb received a citation on Jan. 6. According to the record, there were three times when a change of plea were discussed.

After seeing that the plea change was discussed, we speculated that he may have been arrested for DUI and was trying to work out a deal. That’s exactly what happened.

McNabb supposedly has a trial scheduled for May 16.

McNabb lives in Arizona and now works in the media as a radio host for NBC Sports and commentator for “FOX Sports Live.”

Aldon Smith detained at airport, allegedly yelled bomb in terminal

Aldon Smith mug shotSan Francisco 49ers premier pass rusher Aldon Smith was reportedly detained at Los Angeles International Airport Sunday after allegedly yelling “bomb” in a terminal.

Smith’s name has not yet been released, but an LAPD spokesman confirmed someone was arrested and being transported to booking. The LAPD issued this statement to the San Jose Mercury News about the incident. They say Smith was randomly selected for secondary screening and became upset.

“The suspect then became belligerent and uncooperative with the process and with the TSA agent, making a comment indicating that he was in possession of a bomb before proceeding towards the gate area.

“Los Angeles Airport Police made contact with him at the gate and he was positively identified as the person in question. Once again the male subject became uncooperative and he was detained and taken into custody by Airport Police and is currently being transported to LAPD for booking.”

An eyewitness told the San Jose Mercury News that Smith was at Gate 6 of Terminal 1 when confronted by several police, who then led him away from the Southwest gate.

Smith was described as “agitated” over the situation and supposedly said he was doing nothing wrong.

Smith took a leave of absence from the 49ers last season to enter rehab after a DUI where he had marijuana and pills in his car.

Jared Remy allegedly beat other jail inmate with chair, bar of soap

Jared Remy

Jared Remy, the son of beloved Boston Red Sox broadcaster Jerry Remy, is in jail awaiting his August trial for allegedly murdering his girlfriend. While in jail last week, he allegedly beat another inmate using a chair and bar of soap, The Boston Globe reports.

Last week the Middlesex sheriff’s office said Remy beat another inmate on Thursday. A source told The Globe that the weapons used were a chair and bar of soap.

Remy is set to be arraigned later this month on nine charges related to the assault. That’s a lot of charges for one assault.

Any chance the other inmate just wanted to see him pick up the bar of soap?

Chris Culliver arrested for alleged hit and run, possession of brass knuckles

Chris CulliverPerhaps it should come as no surprise that the same dude who got in big trouble Super Bowl week for his homophobic remarks also got arrested for an alleged hit and run and … to top it all off, possession of some brass knuckles.

Chris Culliver, a fourth-year defensive back for the San Francisco 49ers, was arrested on Friday on felony charges of alleged hit and run and possession of the brass knuckles. Culliver allegedly hit a bicyclist and fled the scene. He was followed by a witness who saw him flee, and the witness cornered him in with his car. Culliver allegedly got out of his car, threatened the witness with brass knuckles, and hit the witness’ car as he left.

Police arrived on the scene and found the brass knuckles in Culliver’s car and arrested him. He was arrested for the two felonies and a misdemeanor for hitting the witness’ car.

Culliver was booked into jail and bailed out, according to KTVU.

“The 49ers organization is aware of the recent matter involving Chris Culliver,” the 49ers said in a statement released to KTVU. “We will remain in contact with Chris and the local authorities as we continue to gather the facts regarding this situation. As this is an ongoing legal matter, we will reserve further comment at this time.”

Culliver was drafted by the Niners out of South Carolina in 2011. He missed all of last season with a torn ACL.

The week of the Super Bowl in 2013, Culliver made headlines for his anti-gay remarks, for which he later apologized. He also made headlines in April for his offensive comments about women.

Jim Irsay had nearly $30,000 on him at time of arrest

Jim-Irsay-mug-shot

More details from the Jim Irsay arrest emerged on Wednesday night, and they painted as disturbing a picture as most of us expected. For starters, the Indianapolis Colts owner seemed extremely intoxicated and failed a number of field sobriety tests. He was also reportedly in possession of a whole bunch of cash and a whole bunch of prescription pills.

According to police reports obtained by The Indianapolis Star, police found a total of $29,029 cash in a briefcase, Irsay’s wallet and one of two “laundry” bags that were on the passenger side floorboard of the car. Pills and pill bottles were also found in the briefcase and the bags.

The officer who initially pulled Irsay over said he witnessed him driving 10 mph in a 35 mph zone. Irsay also allegedly stopped his car completely in the middle of the road twice and turned without signaling. The officer said Irsay seemed disoriented and was exhibiting slow and slurred speech after being stopped.

“I asked him if he knew why I pulled him over,” the officer wrote in his report. “Irsay advised that he was trying to find his house and gets confused with what road it is located on.”

Irsay then allegedly had trouble with some basic alphabet sobriety tests and was asked to exit his vehicle. At that point, the officer had called for another patrol officer and a sergeant to join him at the scene. The report said officers “continuously had to support Irsay in order to prevent him from falling over” while administering a field sobriety test.

“Mr. Irsay about fell to the ground as he was stood up from the the police vehicle hood,” the sergeant wrote.

Irsay is obviously an incredibly wealthy man, but it is a red flag that he had so much cash on him in addition to several prescription medications. He’s lucky help didn’t come too late.

Eric Baylor turns himself in after Mike Williams stabbing

Eric-Baylor-mug-shot

Eric Baylor, the brother of Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Williams, turned himself in on Monday night. A warrant was issued for Baylor’s arrest Monday on a felony count of aggravated battery and domestic violence after he allegedly stabbed Williams in the leg.

FOX 13 in Tampa Bay reported that Baylor was booked at around 10:00 p.m. on Monday.

The incident occurred on Sunday, and Williams claimed that his 23-year-old brother stabbed him accidentally while the two were horsing around. After speaking with witnesses and gathering evidence, police decided that Williams’ story was not credible and a warrant was issued for Baylor’s arrest.

Back in February, Bucs head coach Lovie Smith said there was a pattern of behavior emerging with Williams off the field that he does not approve of.

“Have I been disappointed in Mike Williams? Of course,” Smith said. “There’s a standard. We’re just not going to put up with it, no matter who it is. You have to be good on the field and off the field — simple as that. If you’re not doing what you need to do, one or the other, you have problems, and that’s where Mike has to take care of a few things.”

Williams signed a six-year, $40 million contract with Tampa last summer. Given some of the issues he has had off the field over the past two seasons, it would not be a surprise if the Bucs end up cutting their losses and releasing him.

Photo: FOX 13 Tampa