Originally written on It's Always Sunny in Detroit  |  Last updated 10/24/14
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The Detroit Lions just don’t get it.  Aaron Berry, a third-year cornerback out of the University of Pittsburgh, is the latest clown to get tossed behind bars for the night.  According to WXYZ’s Tom Leyden, Berry was arrested early Saturday morning in Harrisburg, PA on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol, two counts of causing accidental damage to an unattended vehicle or property and two counts of failure to stop and give information to law enforcement. Leyden wrote:
According to a source, Berry was driving near the Hilton Harrisburg Hotel early Saturday morning when the car he was driving struck other parked vehicles.  Berry allegedly exited his car and began to walk away from the scene.   A witness followed him and called the police.  Berry was arrested by Officer Duane Pyles at 4:45am and transported to the Harrisburg Police Department booking center.  According to a source, Berry was not cooperative when asked for personal information during the booking process and also refused to submit to a breathalyzer test.
This marks the sixth arrest for the Lions THIS OFFSEASON.  All of them have involved drunk driving or drugs.  While many have thought the string of arrests has been a mere coincidence, it’s beginning to become a serious pattern. The Lions are preparing for the upcoming season in Allen Park, MI with mini-camps.  And it appears that head coach Jim Schwartz needs to incorporate another drill into practice – picking up the phone and calling for a cab. Unreal.
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