Demaryius Thomas Arrested on Vehicular Assault Charge Linked to Denver Crash

Updated On 01 Mar, 2019 Published On

Demaryius Thomas, a veteran NFL wide receiver, was reportedly arrested on Wednesday, February 27, on a vehicular assault charge linked to a Denver crash he had earlier in February.

According to the Denver Post report, the football player, 31, was taken into custody and charged with "vehicular assault, reckless driving and driving without insurance."

The vehicular assault charge is a felony while the others are offenses are misdemeanors. He was scheduled to appear in the court on Thursday, February 28.

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Denver police said on February 16 the former Broncos footballer crashed his vehicle in the downtown area of Denver.

He lost control of his car after which it rolled over and eventually landed on a grassy median.

There were Thomas and two other passengers, a man and a woman, inside the vehicle when the crash occurred.

All three were rushed to the hospital. The sportsperson and the male passenger suffered minor injuries while the female suffered major injuries.

Police said Thomas was "driving 70 mph in a 30 mph."

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