By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
New York Giants kicker Aldrick Rosas is in serious trouble with the law. In fact, this incident may cost him his kicking job with the Giants.
According to TMZ, Rosas was arrested following a hit-and-run incident in Chico, Calif. on Monday. The authorities believe that he was drinking when the incident happened.
Rosas allegedly t-boned another car then fled the scene before being caught. He was allegedly going 100 mph and driving ‘erratically’ when he had the accident at approx. 8:25 am when he ran a red light, the report says.
“We are aware of the situation and have been in contact with Aldrick,” the Giants said in a statement. We have no further comment at this time.”
The authorities believe that crashed into the side of a pickup truck. Despite being involved in an accident, he kept going while the pickup truck was disabled from moving.
Rosas was driving an SUV at the time. Witnesses, who saw the accident, reported that Rosas then exited his vehicle, before running away.
He was eventually caught near the crash site. He was reportedly ‘covered in blood on his hands, legs, and bare feet’ when he was initially stopped for questioning, TMZ reported.
Through their investigation, Rosas admitted that he was the owner of the SUV involved in the wreck. He was transported to a nearby medical facility for an evaluation, before being booked into jail.
He was reportedly driving with a suspended license at the time of the accident. He has been charged with hit-and-run. Additional charges may follow.
While Rosas has been arrested, an investigation is ongoing.
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