Today Bradley Roby the former Ohio State cornerback went to twitter to try to clear his name.
@BradRoby_1: I was not drunk
@BradRoby_1: I was not driving . I did not get arrested . Was not in a cell . No finger prints . No mugshot
@BradRoby_1: I have lost any respect I had left for the media. I take ownership in my part of it. But you run a story at least put out all facts …
According to police records, Roby was pulled over on Vine Street, near Kilbourne Street, in downtown Columbus when a Columbus Police officer approached his car. After a field sobriety test, he blew a .008 into a breathalyzer. Ohio’s legal limit is .08, or 10 times what Roby registered. He is set to be arraigned Friday at 10 a.m. at Franklin County Municipal Court.
An OVI is a first-degree misdemeanor carrying a maximum penalty of six months in jail and a $1,000 fine. For first offenders like Roby, the punishment is often in the neighborhood of a suspended license (typically six months, with work privileges), a weekend course about alcohol abuse and a $500 fine.Do you follow the NFL Draft? If so follow NFL Draft Diamonds on Twitter and Facebook for up to date NFL Draft News, NFL Draft Projections, and NFL Draft Rankings. Jesus is the only way to Salvation