Law enforcement said Qazi was ‘cordial’ in talks with police
Dallas Cowboys Security Damonte Kazi was arrested Tuesday morning for drunk driving, law enforcement said.
Kazi, 28, was charged with DWI Class B misdemeanor after an officer from the Colony Police Department noticed that the football player was operating a regular traffic stop indicating that he was drinking. Dallas Morning News.
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A public information officer told Granthshala News on Wednesday morning that Kazi was pulled over at around 3 a.m. for failing to use a turn signal while changing lanes near the Cowboys’ facility in Frisco.
A first-time offender, Qazi reportedly confessed to having consumed alcohol before the police.
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Law enforcement said Qazi was “cordial” in his interactions with the police and was booked into the municipal prison. He posted $2,500 bail and was later released.
The incident came a day after head coach Mike McCarthy warned his players of unnecessary “distractions” during their goodbye week after winning five games in a row for a 5-1 record.
“Yeah, we talked about it last week after I told them what the schedule was going to be,” she said. “Talked about distractions and what we don’t want. We’ve had an excellent season – 5-1, where we are. Make sure everyone is taking care of themselves and getting as much out of family and friends as they can.” spend time.”
According to the team’s website, Dallas declined to comment.