By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Demaryius Thomas — who is expected to be released by the Houston Texans in the off-season — has been arrested for multiple charges, according to the Denver Post. Thomas, along with his passenger, were injured in a Feb. 16 crash in Denver, Colorado.
Thomas has been arrested and charged with vehicular assault, reckless driving, and driving without insurance. He was booked into jail on Wednesday at 9:29 MST, according to the Denver jail records.
Two of the charges are misdemeanors. The vehicular assault charge is a felony.
The 31-year-old Montrose, Georgia native was involved in a single-vehicle crash that resulted in a rollover on Feb. 16. Thomas and the male passenger in the vehicle at the time were not seriously injured.
However, a female in the vehicle with the two others, was seriously injured.
He was reportedly driving 70 mph in a 30 mph zone on the Aurora Parkway in his silver Ford Edge at approx. 12:20 am MST on Feb. 16 when he drove off the side of the road. He then allegedly drove onto the raised median and into the northbound lanes, according to the Denver police probably cause statement.
When the vehicle struck the median, it went airborne and flipped over before landing back on its wheels. No other cars were involved in the accident.
Thomas spent eight-plus seasons with the Broncos before being traded to the Texans this past October. He had just 23 receptions for 275 yards and two touchdowns after the trade.
In Denver, he made 125 appearances, including 111 starts. He had 665 receptions for 9,055 yards and 60 touchdowns.
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