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Donovan McNabb arrested for DUI in Arizona

On Wednesday, Donovan McNabb served 1 day in an Arizona jail due to the DUI arrest back in January, according to TMZ Sports.

Police report shows that McNabb was stopped by the police in Maricopa County on 15th of December 2013 for doing 81 in a 65 in his 2010 Grey Land Rover around 3:08 AM. The police officers came to know that McNabb was under the influence and took him into custody for DUI.

According to the law enforcement, on 27th of March, McNabb struck a plea deal with prosecutors in which he pled guilty to driving under the influence and in exchange he was ordered to serve 1 day in jail.

McNabb is listed at 6’3″ and 245 lbs on the arrest report.

Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio said that McNabb was booked in the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office Detention facility on Wednesday 16th of April 2014 and served 1 day in county jail according to the deal. In a statement, sheriff said, “I have had other high profile athletes who have been incarcerated with no problems and this latest athlete follows that same pattern”.

Before this, McNabb was a Pro Bowl quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles and he also played for the Washington Redskins and the Vikings. He led the Eagles to 4 NFC championship games from 2001 to 2004 and one Super Bowl berth that ended in a 24-21 loss to the New England Patriots in 2005. He is currently an analyst for “Fox Sports Live”.

According to the FOX Sports, Donovan’s employer discussed the driving under the influence arrest with him and is “convinced that he understands the gravity of his offense and is sufficiently contrite. The spokesman also said, “The legal process has been concluded and we plan no further disciplinary action at this time”.

News Source: www.TMZ.com

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