TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami/AP) – It’s always nice when players preparing for the NFL Draft receive news that may help their status.READ MORE: Florida City FEMA-Run Site Clearing Up Vaccination Frustration Issues
A DUI charge against former Florida State defensive back and NFL draft prospect P.J. Williams has been dropped.
State Attorney Willie Meggs said Monday that video taken of Williams from the arresting officer’s patrol car and from the jail showed no signs of impairment. Williams also refused to submit to a field sobriety test or breathe test.READ MORE: Fight Over Marijuana Turned Deadly In SW Dade Home
A Florida State University Police Department arrest report says Williams was pulled over around 3 a.m. on April 3 in Tallahassee after an officer spotted him having difficulty turning out of a McDonald’s and then keeping his rental SUV in a single lane.
Williams – whose legal name is Kenneth Williams Jr. – told the officer he was coming from Recess, a local bar. The officer arrested Williams and charged him with driving under the influence.MORE NEWS: AAA: Florida Gas Prices Rise Again
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