Former Wisconsin defensive tackle Wendell Bryant was arrested for drunken driving June 27 near Camp Randall Stadium. He will appear in Dane County Circuit Court Thursday, facing charges of operating a vehicle under the influence, operating a vehicle with a prohibited alcohol concentration of .10 percent or more, exceeding speed zones and failing to stop for a flashing red light signal.
According to the Associated Press, UW-Madison police said a reckless driver was spotted at around 4:30 a.m. June 27 and police found the car in a parking lot. The car departed from the store and ran a flashing red light and, before it was pulled over, reached speeds of approximately 45 miles per hour in a 25-mph area.
Bryant is fifth all-time at Wisconsin with 24 sacks. He also had 189 career tackles, 41 of which were for a loss. He was selected by the Arizona Cardinals No. 12 overall in 2002.
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