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    Default OT, Throw away the key

    Throw away the key. Maybe Tiger’s next act.

    Former Kansas City Chiefs assistant coach Britt Reid has been charged with felony driving while intoxicated for his involvement in a car crash earlier this year that left a 5-year-old girl critically injured.

    An attorney for The girls family said last month that the girl suffered a devastating brain injury that has left her unable to speak or walk.

    The Jackson County (Missouri) Prosecutor's Office filed the class D felony charge Monday, stating that Reid "operated a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, and acted with criminal negligence by driving at an excessive rate of speed."

    If convicted, Reid would face a maximum sentence of seven years in prison. Prosecutors announced that Reid, the son of Chiefs head coach Andy Reid, will turn himself in and be booked Monday. Prosecutors also have requested a $100,000/10% bond and requested that Reid be placed on GPS and alcohol monitoring.

    Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker, according to a statement from her office, "will vigorously pursue these charges, and Reid is not receiving any favorable treatment from Kansas City police or the Jackson County Prosecutor's Office."

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    Quote Originally Posted by jazzdelmar View Post
    Throw away the key. Maybe Tiger’s next act.

    Former Kansas City Chiefs assistant coach Britt Reid has been charged with felony driving while intoxicated for his involvement in a car crash earlier this year that left a 5-year-old girl critically injured.

    An attorney for The girls family said last month that the girl suffered a devastating brain injury that has left her unable to speak or walk.

    The Jackson County (Missouri) Prosecutor's Office filed the class D felony charge Monday, stating that Reid "operated a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, and acted with criminal negligence by driving at an excessive rate of speed."

    If convicted, Reid would face a maximum sentence of seven years in prison. Prosecutors announced that Reid, the son of Chiefs head coach Andy Reid, will turn himself in and be booked Monday. Prosecutors also have requested a $100,000/10% bond and requested that Reid be placed on GPS and alcohol monitoring.

    Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker, according to a statement from her office, "will vigorously pursue these charges, and Reid is not receiving any favorable treatment from Kansas City police or the Jackson County Prosecutor's Office."
    Just 7 years for a max sentence? With his history? SMDH

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    Default Dont get the reference to Tiger

    What do you mean "Tiger's act" Jazz? Last I heard was that Tiger was speeding, but no evidence of impairment. Did I miss something?

    As for Reid--yeah, this is a huge deal and he has ruined that poor girl's life and that of her family forever. They will never recover from this. Awful.

    Did they ever determine what his blood alcohol content was?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 229SintoZag View Post
    Did they ever determine what his blood alcohol content was?
    Yeah, .113 two hours afterwards. https://www.yahoo.com/sports/kansas-...014836389.html

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