Dunn Charged with Four Misdemeanors

By Kyle Rowland on July 30, 2012 at 3:37p
89 Comments
Bri'onte Dunn could be headed to Urban Meyer's dog house. 

Ohio State freshman running back Bri’onte Dunn was charged with four misdemeanors, including possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia, after a traffic stop at 11:08 p.m. Saturday in Alliance, Ohio.

The officer’s report says he spotted Dunn driving on E. Broadway Street when he “failed to stop behind the white stop line and traveled over the crosswalk…almost striking my patrol car and almost running the red blinking light.”

Dunn was stopped for the offense when police found a wooden pipe used for smoking marijuana and less than 200 grams of marijuana on seat cushions and floor boards where he was seated, according to the police report. The report also indicates a small amount of marijuana was found in the driver’s door pocket.

Along with possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia, Dunn was charged with failure to wear a seat belt and a tail-light violation. The report lists it as “illumination of rear license plate.”

A female passenger in the car was charged with possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and a seat belt violation.

Dunn was not arrested or booked in the Alliance City Jail or Stark County Jail. 

The drug paraphernalia charge, if convicted, carries a maximum fine of $250 and a maximum jail sentence of 30 days. If convicted of possession of marijuana, the maximum is a $150 fine. If Dunn is convicted of either drug charge, he faces an automatic driver’s license suspension of a minimum of six months and maximum of five years.

The seat belt and tail-light violations each carry fines.

Urban Meyer and an Ohio State spokesman have not yet commented on the charges against Dunn. Meyer is on a retreat with coaches which is due to end tomorrow.

Five Florida players were arrested for marijuana-related charges during Meyer’s tenure and each received at least a one-game suspension with none being more than three. Though it should be pointed out Dunn was cited and not arrested.

He does, however, become the sixth player to run afoul with the law since Meyer took over the program in November. Already this summer, offensive lineman Jack Mewhort and tight end Jake Stoneburner were suspended from the team and stripped of their scholarships after being arrested and charged with obstructing official business. Linebacker Storm Klein was dismissed from the team after he was arrested for misdemeanor domestic violence and assault.

Dunn enrolled at Ohio State during the winter quarter and took part in spring drills. He was already expected to see the field before Jordan Hall’s foot injury sidelined him for up to six games.

Now Carlos Hyde and Rod Smith are the top-two running backs.

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dubjayfootball90's picture

Sums it up nicely ^^^

You can feed a bobcat all the chili it wants. That don't mean it's going to crap out diamonds.

azbuck's picture

CLICK IT OR TICKET.

bukyze's picture

Amen!  I guess he doesn't watch those PSA commercials!

osu07asu10's picture

To me, it sounds like Bri'onte got a raw deal from the Alliance PD, if you have ever been to Alliance you probably understand what I am talking about it.
That being said, he needs to be smarter about how he carries himself off the field. I'm not saying he shouldn't be doing things that a college kid often does, but I am saying he needs to be a hell of a lot smarter about the way he goes about doing things.
It is unfortunately, I was really looking forward to what he could do this season and since he arrived he worked hard to get that opportunity.  I wouldn't say it has all gone up in smoke, but he's going to be working his way out of the dog house for this one.

"They don't know what they don't know." - Coach Mick

tennbuckeye19's picture

I'm not familiar with Alliance police but I'm not sure how you can say he got a raw deal from them. The report is that he almost hit a patrol car before he was pulled over. Like I said, I don't know Alliance police or the perception of them, but it sounds like they had a reason for pulling him over. 

osu07asu10's picture

The officer cites that he pulled him over for having a rear taillight out, but then added in his notes about the crosswalk.
The "crosswalk" was most likely painted in the road way, he did not stop at the white line before the crosswalk, didn't stop in the crosswalk, and then saw a cop and slammed on his brakes instead of rolling through the stop sign.
When you were younger and you threw something in your living room or was messing around and your mom yelled, "STOP IT YOU'LL POKE SOMEONES EYE OUT" or something of the like.  I'm going to assume that Bri'onte wasn't close to poking someones eye out, or in this instance, almost slamming into a police cruiser, but those notes sure make for an entertaining story.  Guess we'll never know since this officer doesn't have a dash cam video of it.
What Bri'onte was pulled over for was not wearing a seatbelt, having the dreaded taillight out, and the all important (at least in Alliance) DWB.
The raw deal comes from the fact that I doubt he would have been pulled over had he maybe been another race riding around Alliance.
It still doesn't excuse what he was doing, or how he was going about doing it. 
 

"They don't know what they don't know." - Coach Mick

SilverBullet's picture

Couldn't have said it better myself!!! You sound like a current or former resident? I feel ya pain bruh! SMH

OSBuckeye222's picture

I would be willing to bet that the Alliance P.D. cites quite a few whites with those same charges! The DWB complainant is common when it just so happens to be a black person who was in the wrong. I don't hear too many whites complaining of DWW though.
I find it interesting that you're trying to paint this as a conspiracy against Bri'onte. The officer was doing his job, and is trained in finding illegal drugs. Bri'onte was in the wrong and got caught. Maybe instead of trying to claim racism, one should advise Dunn to man up and accept the consequences of his decisions!

SilverBullet's picture

You really shouldn't take such a strong stance on matters in which you have no knowledge. I've been in Alliance court room and had a white judge refer to DWB as a common occuerence in his courtroom like it was no big deal so don't tell me its just some figment of our imagination! Wtih that said neither of us used the word racism (@least i know i didn't) nor do i absolve the young man of his actions. I was merely trying to give an acccurate account of the climate of the police in this city in particular to the term "DWB", and provide a view point that may differ for just coming down hard on an 18yr old kid for doing what a great deal of his peers are,have,and will keep doing. Your stance and the agression with which you take it says alot though...

Irricoir's picture

Well put... I think those that try to make everything about black and white are the people holding this nation back from true acceptance of each other. Regardless of how he was driving, an equipment violation is a violation regardless and it doesn't matter what skin color you have. The simple truth is if you don't have something illegal on you then all of this is a traffic ticket if not just a warning! The only people to get a raw deal here are the bloggers that had parents teach them it is okay to point the finger and blame someone else and not take accountability for their actions.

I don't always take names when I kick ass but when I do, they most often belong to a Wolverine.

Chise47's picture

Hmmmmmmm.....
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SQyUKnCf0YY
I'm new to posting, but have read the 11W's Blog for some time now & decided to join in. And correct me if I'm wrong, but aren't yoy the one who explained, (in depth) , what domestic violence is, & defended Storm Klein quite adamantly, "untill all the facts were out"?
Yet you'll jump to conclusions of anything you deem outside the scope of your experiences, & condemn the author's thought process.
Back on topic: Dunn is done; "Stupid is as stupid does." UFM will drop the hammer, you betcha!!! 

Irricoir's picture

Yeah brother, that was me. There is a difference, at least in my mind between taking the testimony of someone involved in a heated domestic relationship and not hearing the other version of the person involved. In that instance, cops weren't even there to witness anything that went down and only had residual evidence to collect and statements.
In this incident an officer witnessed everything and accounted for his findings. What we know is what the officer detailed in his report. There was marijuana present in Brionte's seat. There was more in a door pouch. There was a device commonly used to smoke marijuana. There was a broken taillight. This is all tangible evidence witnessed and I assume collected by the officer. If no one claimed the evidence collected and they put the charges on both people inside the car, then I can see the call for Brionte's innocence. But come on man, he was reportedly sitting on it so if that will be his defense then I am not buying it.
Obviously these incidents are drastically different. An officer who serves the community and puts his life on the line everyday is going to earn my trust before I will go out of my way to look for a loophole for a guy that is found with evidence in his constructive possession. Now if you show me a link about this officer in question, detailing how he has planted evidence on people in the past then I would hesitant to jump on board the "Shame on Brionte" bus.

I don't always take names when I kick ass but when I do, they most often belong to a Wolverine.

Chise47's picture

Unless you're AA,(Afr.Amer), then you'll NEVER understand the DWB claims/charges levied. There is no such thing as racism in America, (especially not in Alliance!!),racism is dead & folks should stop looking for their 40 acres & a mule, right? Nobody owes "you guys' " anything, blah, blah, blah!!
Let's all just agree that Bri'onte was dumb by not upholding the STANDARDS that it takes to be an elite athelete, especially when it comes to,"THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY"!!
'Nuff typed, oops, "said".

Irricoir's picture

I think your entire first paragraph is unnecessary. I agree with the rest.

I don't always take names when I kick ass but when I do, they most often belong to a Wolverine.

ghalephoto's picture

Way to much said and typed.  Cops doing there job, its all their fault. 
 

Devin1024's picture

(In the voice of Della Reese) That's just dumb!!!

jkrk's picture

4th stringer Bri'onte Derp.

e135800's picture

He was just holding it for a friend

Chise47's picture

Cheech, or Chong?

SilverBullet's picture

@Tennbuckeye19: Sad thing is he's probaly right about the APD. Born and raised in Alliance and EVERYBODY here knows about our cops and I'll just leave it at that. With that said, cmon kid use your head and don't even place yourself in those situations son.

osu07asu10's picture

^^^ That is what I am hitting on. And like you said @SILVERBULLET...doesn't excuse his actions at all. 
Still needs to be accountable for his actions at all times, and damnit, stay out of Alliance. Tell Dymonte to come visit you in Canton!
 

"They don't know what they don't know." - Coach Mick

tennbuckeye19's picture

If this is the case it is sad. 

SilverBullet33's picture

Let's blame Dunn and not the cops. Seriously. He made a stupid mistake that he will pay dearly for from Meyer.  Let's try and not make excuses. He f'd up.  

osu07asu10's picture

Nobody is making excuses for Dunn. He messed up and he's going to pay for it. But for those of us who are local to or grew up in the area. There is a certain stigma or perception about the PDs out there. Just pointing it out, not excuses him for what he did

"They don't know what they don't know." - Coach Mick

BTBuckeye's picture

Bri'onte......
SMOKE WEED EVERYDAY
Bri'onte......
URBAN MEYER COMING YOUR WAY
 

SilverBullet33's picture

Im from Canton. Not a stranger to the area, but it really makes no difference.  Most people would get pulled over for almost hitting a patrol car.   But blaming the APD makes kinda Penn State-ish.  They blame Freeh, the NCAA,etc. 

buck-I.8's picture

Whether the APD exercises undue influence in their enforcement or not, they were dead right on this one, and did what they're salaried to do.. Dunn was in the wrong.

BuckeyeLurker0509's picture

Rod Smith, carpe diem.

Rapping Bum's picture

A big opportunity for him.

Help is on the way.

buckeye76BHop's picture

And not fumble doing it please;-) He's really a beast and has always reminded me of Eddie.  Let's hope he does seize the day 0509!

"There's nothing that cleanses your soul like getting the hell kicked out of you."

"I love football. I think it is most wonderful game in world and I despise to lose."

Woody Hayes 1913 - 1987 

BuckeyeEd's picture

If you remember, Eddie Fumbled alot early in his career. Rod will be fine if given the Op.

Buckeyejason's picture

Anddddd so it begins...how many times has this been written on this site? Probably a hundred.
 
HES NOT EDDIE GEORGE PEOPLE!!

BUCKEYES BABY!

Buckeyejason's picture

"Rod Smith fumbled again"
 
Fixed

BUCKEYES BABY!

Rapping Bum's picture

Down with dope, up with hope.

Help is on the way.

Rapping Bum's picture

I'm kind of hoping that nothing really happens until the trial. 
 
But, this is most unfortunate turn for Bri'onte. 

Help is on the way.

buckeyedude's picture

I'm all for second chances, but damn, didn't he see what has happened to some of his teammates?
If he is going to end up like Ol' #13(numerous mental mistakes), maybe Urban should cut him loose?

 

 

Maestro's picture

Kid basically just wasted a year of his college experience.  I expect him to be deep inside the dog house until Spring practice.

vacuuming sucks

Packer3Baller's picture

Goon. How can you be this stupid?

If winning isn't everything, why do they keep score?

bigbadbuck's picture

Hope it was worth it Bro.....................Either being in Urban's doghouse or kicked off the team. What a stupid move!!!

Hootie159's picture

Is 200 grams a typo or a very odd legal cutoff/distinction (yes, I realize it said less than)? That's still A LOT of pot.

 
buckeye76BHop's picture

That's the "new" amount for a felony.  It used to be less...but Ohio, like most states, are starting to decriminalize on that stuff.  It will never be legal in Ohio though...too conservative of a state.

"There's nothing that cleanses your soul like getting the hell kicked out of you."

"I love football. I think it is most wonderful game in world and I despise to lose."

Woody Hayes 1913 - 1987 

wendigo's picture

http://norml.org/laws/item/ohio-penalties-2?category_id=879
 
yea it used to be 100 but they added another bracket. basically, dunn had anywhere between a little over three ounces to like...7 or 8. as with most things you get a bulk discount. not sure why he would need that much at one time though. if he had a scale on him this would be a totally different conversation. not saying he does that, but regarless thats a lot to have on you for personal use. and if you DO have that much on you...you drive like a saint. also, life pro tip for all you young dope smokers...always check your lights before departing with dope on board. lives have been ruined because of a simple light failure.

buckeyedude's picture

Was thinking the same thing. LOL.
And that is a lot of pot for a pot-head. It's an extreme amount for a kid that is supposed to be lifting weights and getting in shape.

 

 

buckeye76BHop's picture

What a moron...he's done for a while (redemption song time...no pun intended with Marley reference).  Don't expect Meyer to be too be as lenient as he was at FL.  I feel this will be at least 3 games...if not more.  I'd be surprised with that lovely Matt Hayes article (which we ALL know UFM heard about that whether he wants to admit it publicly or not).  Don't expect a small suspension just because Dunn wasn't arrested.  I saw that above and don't think that will have precedents here unless Meyer thinks Dunn will actually learn his lesson with a one or two game suspension...he F-ed up bad and sounds like all to impress a girl...stupid ass.  
 

"There's nothing that cleanses your soul like getting the hell kicked out of you."

"I love football. I think it is most wonderful game in world and I despise to lose."

Woody Hayes 1913 - 1987 

BuckeyesMJ's picture

It must be super difficult these days to just go to class & play football in college!

Regardless if the APD is what some of you are claiming, how dumb do you have to be to roll thru there with weed, a pipe & no seatbelt? You have to be smarter than that & learn from previous players mistakes! Evidently a few dont value being a Buckeye! I'd love to be a fly on the wall at the next team meeting!

1stYrBuckIClub's picture

I was wondering the same thing about the 200 grams... I would think the cutoff would be a lot less than that (considering that's around 7 ounces!). And being from the area Alliance (well, even worse Louisville) is pretty infamous for profiling. But as everyone said, stupid is as stupid does...

buckeye76BHop's picture

I'm sure he was being profiled...all the more reason NOT to be carrying in a high risk area like Louisville or Alliance...as I said above he's in the moron category for me until he proves he's worthy of wearing scarlet and gray....kinda like J.Berry.  Let's hope Dunn gets his sh!t together...unlike Berry did until after he assaulted a guy and then left OSU (if he actually did as he heads to Murray St).  All we can do is hope...

"There's nothing that cleanses your soul like getting the hell kicked out of you."

"I love football. I think it is most wonderful game in world and I despise to lose."

Woody Hayes 1913 - 1987 

Bolt's picture

I've seen a many OSU players start their careers like this and they never end well. Ray Small and Jaamal Berry are just some recent names that come to mind for guys with plenty of hype and talent that start off in the doghouse for whatever reason and just never recover.

ghalephoto's picture

Don't give up on R Smith.  He realizes now more than ever this is his time to shine.  He has the tools but its the desire that has to come out.  If it does, we could have a great back, if not then I hope Braxton is ready to throw and run more than he anticipated. 

GreenDog1's picture

I agree that Dunn made very poor decisions here.  No question about that.  He will pay the price for what he did and move on.  He bears the ultimate responsibility for his decisions.  There is equally no doubt that DWB is a crime in Alliance.  I am both white and famialr with the APD.  There is little doubt in my mind why he was pulled over.

Go Bucks!  Michigan sucks!

buckeyedude's picture

I think Bri'onte just gave up any chance he had this year of any significant playing time. He may touch the ball at some time, but he just pushed himself waaaaaaaaaaaaaay down the seniority list.
Time to hand the ball to Warren Ball, after El Guapo and Smith.

 

 

a9entsmith's picture

ESPN's College Football Live earlier today reported that Dunn had been dismissed. Did anyone else see this? I've looked everywhere online and haven't found any corraborating reports so perhaps it was premature...

Buckeyejason's picture

Don't worry Dunn we be back on the field once Roderick Smith misses the plane ride to an away game. 2 game suspension and his talent will bring him back to life.

BUCKEYES BABY!

Denny's picture

"Ya Dunn Goofed."
There's your headline, Kyle.

Taquitos.

osu07asu10's picture

I think you all missed the part of my original DWB post. Which was it didn't excuse what he was doing, how he was doing it, or that he got caught.

However, some of you are awfully quick to simply dismiss the notion that DWB really does exist, and is notoriously known in the area he was pulled over.  Again, IT DOES NOT excuse his actions, but all of you that act like profiling and prejudice aren't prevalent in society, ohio, alliance.  i wish i was in on that pipe.

"They don't know what they don't know." - Coach Mick

tampa buckeye's picture

[Ed: Stopping by to say "F--- the Police" is not what we are looking for in the way of comments. Step your game up.]

snoodogg22's picture

Tell us how you really feel Tampa. Hope there aren't any cops on here!

Tough times never last, tough people do

Pam's picture

There is a cops GF on here. Comments like that don't make me mad because there will come a day when those who blame cops for doing their jobs will need one to do their job. Don't like cops? Don't drink and drive, don't speed, don't smack your wife or GF around and don't drive around with a broken tail light. and nearly hit a cruiser when you have pot in the car. 

tampa buckeye's picture

Doing their jobs?  
Traffic cops are nothing more then a tax on the people.  
$255 speeding tickets?  Its straight up bullshit. 
Damn shame what is going on in this country.
 

Pam's picture

Yes, doing their jobs. You know you can aviod the $255 ticket if you don't speed. Just a suggestion

tampa buckeye's picture

I believe it is an excessive amount to be paid for a harmless infraction.  Traffic tickets do not make me any safer on the road.  
Maybe they should focus on stopping actual crime like shootings, rapes and stabbing. JUST A SUGGESTION. I'm sure there are some people in Colorado that might agree with me.  Serve and Protect.  

Pam's picture

You might want to look at the stats on how many "routine" (no such thing BTW) traffic stops have resulted in nabbing actual criminals. Are you saying that pulling over a drunk driver doesn't make you or anyone on the road safer? Running a red light or speeding are not harmless infractions either. As for Colorado, please explain how the police could have prevented or stopped a man hell bent on taking out as many people he could and who out gunned them?

Irricoir's picture

Mods want to do your job here? ^^ Reference to Tampa, not Pam.

I don't always take names when I kick ass but when I do, they most often belong to a Wolverine.

Crimson's picture

"It's not rocket science.  It's the law, stupid!"
You don't get to pick and choose which laws to follow.  The idea of having a large penalty for doing someing wrong, is that maybe you will choose not to do it again.  If you fight it, maybe a judge will show up drunk and agree that it is excessive . . . probably not.
As for being harmless, tell that to people killed on the Ohio Turnpike because someone going 20 over the speed limit couldn't stop in time.
As for being pointless, shall I pull up the statistics on how many vehicles pulled over for speeding or a bad tail light have turned into a drugbust with over 20 pounds of meth, pot, cocaine, or heroin?
After all, if you don't break the law, you don't have to pay a penalty!

bucktooth's picture

Tampa-
 
How much do you want for that rusted Ford on blocks in your front yard?
 
What?  I'm just saying what you're all thinking.
 
Bucktooooooth, heeyaw.

Haybucks's picture

He almost crossed the crosswalk.  He almost ran a red light.  He should have then almost been cited.

I never make the mistake of arguing with people for whose opinions I have no respect.
- Edward Gibbon
 

schooey's picture

THIS^^^. The law is not supposed to be subjective. 

Buckman's picture

“failed to stop behind the white stop line and traveled over the crosswalk…almost striking my patrol car and almost running the red blinking light.” 
In other words he was partly in the intersection when he almost hit a cop car.  So you're telling me if you are a cop and somebody almost runs into you you're not going to do anything about it?

I like to believe that my best hits border on felonious assault.

JACK TATUM

schooey's picture

I love when cops take the law personally, cracks me up, like they had anything to do with it. Cops do what they are told, if the law is reversed then they have to do the opposite of what they did the day before. Taking the law personally is a way for them to feel better about themselves. 

Maestro's picture

Good lord we need some football.

vacuuming sucks

Chise47's picture

The thing that worries me most is that 1st he waffled between The Best Damn School In The Land & TSUN; now this? Maybe we should('ve) let him go.(?)
UFM will get RB's,(not my style of RB's; 215-230 lbs, 20-30 carries per game), so until further noted:  Bri'onte DUMB!!!!
 

Menexenus's picture

Six game suspension.  That's my prediction.
 
Edit: Hey, why wasn't this story in a gray box?

Real fans stay for Carmen.

Trig Lazer's picture

For those of you that say you're not excusing his behavior....stop bringing up the damn Alliance police department then.
Cops have been pulling people over for broken tail lights with the intent of discovering more serious infractions since the invention of the automoblile. I think it's their job.
If you're going to roll through rural America at 11 oclock at night with a busted taillight..AND you got dope and paraphenalia on board then STFU.

schooey's picture

The thing is, Meyer won't get any credit for suspending the kid that long. Nobody will even remember what it was for. On the other hand, the media (espn) will be up in arms if he does nothing. So he should go low, two games max. But for whatever reason Meyer seems to have a tendency to overreact, so who knows. 

Trig Lazer's picture

Overreact?? Everybody needs to remember....we are on probation. The coaches and players I'm sure get reminded frequently. Like it or not..right now we are under the microscope...you mess up...it's going to be scrutinized.

schooey's picture

OSU does not have to do more than is required of the rest. The competition does not play that way. 

Buckman's picture

As a black man can I ask you why it matters if he was pulled over because he was black if he was still wronng?
Also as a cop for 5 years I would like to say if a kid almost hits my cruiser.... I'm pulling them over.
Take out race for just a second and tell me whether or not you wouldn't do the same.

I like to believe that my best hits border on felonious assault.

JACK TATUM

TheHostileDwarf's picture

Not to be too picky, but I think the headline may wrong. It looks like Dunn was charged with two misdemeanors and two infractions. The paraphernalia and drug possession charges are both misdemeanors. The seat belt and tail-light violations are likely just traffic infractions, not graded as criminal offenses.
Either way, not a good way to start off your college career...

buck-I.8's picture

I think we should just learn not to have the pro/anti- cop debate. Because it always boils down to this, and it's very polarizing, so very few people are going to be swayed by someone else's anecdotes.

William's picture

But biased anecdotes are always the best way to prove one's point.... 

Brutus's picture

It seems that the only way to avoid the cop debate would be for our idiot players to stop doing dumb shit.  Unfortnately, that isn't going to change any time soon so were always going to have the Internet tough guys who come on here puffing out their chest and talking shit about the police. 
To the mods: I'm all for expressing your opinions on any topic whatsoever, however you've laid out some ground rules for what's acceptable and what's not.  You don't mess around when it comes to politics or religion or homophobia or race.  But you seem to have no problem when it comes to bashing the police.  If you want to have a commenting policy, then enforce it.  Otherwise, remove it so I can feel free to let some people know what I think about them and their views.  Unfortunately, I've read "fuck the police" on this site several times in the past year alone.  Not sure what that has to do with football, but for some reason, you're allowing it.

buck-I.8's picture

I have to agree with your sentiment here. If people were bashing service members of the US military, there would be no question of the need to moderate. Despite any of our single opinions on current and recent wars, no one would insult the service members themselves.
Police officers are in a way, homeland service members, not unlike members of the military. Yes, there are some that are corrupt, but many of them are just there to do their job. This is the norm. The exception can go either way: Some are corrupt, but others do the job for the sole purpose of keeping you, the citizen, safe from harm that you have a right to be protected against. 
I understand some people have bad experiences with police officers, but to some who have numerous anecdotes of their interactions with police officers, perhaps you should question the decisions you made that put you in those situations to begin with.

Jason Priestas's picture

Comments like "F--- the Police" are not good comments. We expect more.

Saying that, I do not believe police officers are sacred and above criticism when warranted. I'd just like to see a more sophisticated argument put forth and something specific to each case than what we saw above, which is just a general complaint and a rather asanine thing to say.

Pam's picture

Jason, it seems that whenever one of our Buckeyes has a run in with the cops, it is never warranted. Running from the police? Ha, boys being boys, stupid cops.  Nearly hitting a crusier, no seatbelt on, a broken tail light and dope in the car? DWB or F*#k the Police. A little perspective would be nice.

Irricoir's picture

Good work Jason..

I don't always take names when I kick ass but when I do, they most often belong to a Wolverine.

bigbadbuck's picture

@Tampa.............Harmless infraction this time. Whats to say he doesnt ride all the way up onto the sidewalk next time and possibly hit someone?..................Hes just damn lucky he didnt do that this time......................and frankly $255 is a small price to pay to be reminded that driving is a privledge

DefendYoungstown's picture

Let him sit for a year, if he wants to leave let him go, we'll reload just like always.  Make another example out of somebody that thinks they are bigger than the team. At some point these kids are going to say "I better get my shit together, UM ain't f'n around". Being a Buckeye is "PRIVILEGE" and not for everyone.

What we can't do in the air we'll do on the ground.

Maestro's picture

Jailarity, you betta recognize.

vacuuming sucks