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Kansas City Chiefs defensive back Donald Washington was arrested Thursday in Illinois and charged with driving under the influence of drugs, according to Effingham County court records. Washington, who plays cornerback and safety, was stopped by Illinois State Police for speeding on Interstate 70 in central Illinois when an officer found drugs in his vehicle, according to the Effingham Daily News. Washington also was charged with possession of 2.5 to 10 grams of cannabis and driving on a suspended license. The DUI and other charges are all misdemeanors. He was arraigned on Friday morning and released from jail after posting bond, which was set at $20,000, local authorities confirmed to NFL.com, Washington has a scheduled hearing on Aug. 23. Source: NFL.com
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WTF alert - another NFL player has been arrested. What is going on? Chiefs cornerback Donald Washington is next to grace the perp walk, sporting a fresh new charge of driving under the influence of drugs.
97.9 XFM reported that he was arrested in Effingham, Illinois on Thursday after he was pulled over on I-70 for speeding. A strong odor of weed was detected by the...
Kansas City Chiefs defensive back Donald Washington was arrested in Effingham County (Ill.) Thursday for possessing DUI drugs, unlawful possession of 2.5 to 10 grams of marijuana, speeding and driving while his license is suspended. The arrest was reported Friday by 97.9 XFM in Effingham, Illinois. Washington, 25, was stopped by Illinois State Police at 2:42 p.m. for speeding...
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