Gator Football Player Arrested For Driving Under The Influence
It has happened again. A University of Florida football and track and field player arrested for driving under the influence.
UF Police spotted Frankie Hammond Junior, 20, swerving and speeding on Gale Lemerand Drive on UF campus early Sunday morning.
After pulling him over, they noticed two open bottles of whiskey in his car.
Hammond failed his field sobriety test. His alcohol level was .188, which is above the legal limit of 0.08.
The last UF player arrested for DUI was Carlos Dunlap. He was arrested December 1 when he fell asleep at the wheel four days before the SEC championship game.
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