Jayson Williams Arrested After Drunken Crash
Jayson Williams still can’t get right.
The former NBA all-star, who served more than a year in prison for “accidentally” shooting and killing a limo driver in 2002, was charged with drunk driving after he crashed his car in upstate New York.
Via the New York Post:
The Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office tells the Times Herald-Record of Middletown that Williams was driving home on the night of Jan. 26 when he hit a utility pole along a road in the rural town of Delaware, 95 miles northwest of New York City.
Police says the 47-year-old Williams was charged with driving while intoxicated.
Williams, who played for the Nets and 76ers in his nine-year career, told deputies he swerved to avoid hitting a deer. Officials say Williams had difficulty standing, slurred his speech and failed a field sobriety test.
This dude has already killed someone…accidentally. Now, he’s driving drunk?
Someone find a comfy chair for him to sit in for the remainder of his existence.
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