Stallworth Prisoner and Positive Marijuana
|Written by OGB|
|Thursday, 02 July 2009 20:50|
The review of antidoping Donte´ Stallworth, recipient of the Cleveland Browns opened already served his sentence of 30 days in prison for causing the death of a man hit with his vehicle revealed that the player had in their bodies trace amounts of marijuana smoking .
Stallworth, however, was not necessarily under the influence of narcotics on March 14, when his car outrage Mario Reyes, 59, who lost his life due to the remnants of marijuana in the blood remain several weeks after having consumed drugs.
What I was proven by the prosecutors is that Stallworth was driving under the influence of alcohol with a blood level of 126, well above the legal limit, which has seen the conviction of one months' imprisonment, plus eight years probation, two years of house arrest and 1,000 hours of community service.
It was also announced that former player for the Patriots, Eagles and Saints reached a financial arrangement with the Reyes family.
After his sentence, Roger Goodell, commissioner of the NFL suspended him indefinitely, but had agreed to a reunion between the receiver and the commissioner, however, its status could be worse to be made known his doping positive of marijuana, which is in contravention of consumption policies of illegal substances in the league.
Another of the facts revealed is that Stallworth made a call to 911 emergency service after running over and told Reyes that the man "appeared from nowhere" before the accident.
In the recording of that call, Stallworth described how the victim "ran just in front of my car.
"You have to send an ambulance now, man," Stallworth told the 911 operator.
The police reported at the time that Reyes was not at a pedestrian crossing and ran for a bus when a deal was beaten by the Bentley of Stallworth.