Arizona Cardinals WR Arrested After Driving Camaro Into Lake Erie

Suspected drunk driver who plays for Arizona Cardinals’ arrested after he drove off a embankment and into Lake Erie in Put-In-Bay Township

Suspected drunk driver who plays for Arizona Cardinals’ arrested after he drove off a embankment and into Lake Erie in Put-In-Bay Township

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Arizona Cardinals rookie wide receiver Jeremiah Braswell allegedly drove his auto into Lake Erie while under the influence of alcohol Saturday.

Witnesses tell police the Camaro was traveling at a high rate of speed when it crossed over a long grassy area and "flew off the embankment into the lake". The portable breath test Braswell took showed that his blood alcohol content exceeded Ohio's legal limit, police said.

Once on scene, officers found an orange Chevrolet Camaro that had driven off the embankment and ended in the lake.

When officers arrived on the scene, they found Braswell in the driver's seat, still trying to drive the auto forward.

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Braswell told police he did not know how his vehicle ended up in the water, and he submitted to field sobriety tests after officers say he demonstrated slurred speech.

Braswell, a wide receiver for Youngstown State University from 2015-2019, had 51 receptions for 986 receiving yards and 11 touchdowns over 40 career games.

The 23-year-old Braswell signed with the Cardinals as an undrafted free agent in April. Police could tell from his impaired speech and inability to explain how he ended up in the water that he might be under the influence, giving them probable cause to conduct a field sobriety test.

Fortunately, there were no passengers in the auto and no one was seriously injured.

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