29 March, 2017
Seattle Seahawks backup quarterback Trevone Boykin was arrested after a vehicle that he was riding in crashed, leaving multiple people injured. Police said eight people were injured, including the bartender inside the club.
Boykin, 23, faces misdemeanor charges of possession of marijuana less than two ounces and public intoxication. Dallas County Jail records show the driver was booked on charges of intoxication assault with a vehicle.
None of the people hit in the incident were seriously injured. None have life-threatening injuries. His bond was set at $500.
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Boykin was the starting quarterback for the Horned Frogs in 2014 and 2015.
Boykin's arrest marks his second in less than 15 months. "We are still gathering information and are disappointed".
Boykin was not selected in the 2016 NFL Draft and later signed a three-year free agent deal with the Seahawks. Boykin last June pleaded no contest to resisting arrest. He was also ordered to take alcohol awareness and anger management courses and serve 80 hours of community service. During his senior year, he was arrested for allegedly striking a police officer after being tossed from a bar in San Antonio prior to the Alamo Bowl against Oregon. He threw for 145 yards and a touchdown against an interception in five appearances.