Aldon Smith police report released

Aug 7, 2015 at 1:10 PM--


The police report for the arrest of former San Francisco 49ers linebacker Aldon Smith was released today by the Santa Clara Police Department.

Following this latest incident, Smith was released by the 49ers earlier today.

Here is what the police report said. Credit to Cam Inman of The Mercury News for finding this.

Date: August 6, 2015
Time of Arrest: 11:39 PM
Incident: 23152 (A) VC (DUI), 20002 (A) VC (Hit&Run) and 594 (A) PC (Vandalism)
Arrest Location: Moreland Way, Santa Clara, CA
Suspect: Aldon Smith, 25-year-old, Santa Clara Resident

Summary:

On Thursday, August 6, 2015, at about 8:46 PM., Santa Clara Officers were dispatched to Moreland Way to investigate a disturbance involving a collision. On arrival, officers learned Aldon Smith was parking his vehicle and collided with a parked vehicle. After the collision, Smith exited his vehicle and caused additional damage to the parked vehicle with his car door.

Smith then left the area not reporting the collision or leaving his identifying information at the scene. He later returned to the parking area where he was contacted by officers. Smith displayed objective symptoms of being under the influence of an alcoholic beverage. Officers administered a field sobriety test to Smith.

Smith was then arrested for being under the influence of an alcoholic beverage (DUI), Hit&Run, and Vandalism. He was transported to Santa Clara Police Department for processing and later transported to the Santa Clara County Jail.

Smith did provide a PAS (preliminary alcohol screening device) sample, but the results cannot be released at this time as per our policy.

The investigation into this matter is ongoing. When completed, the case will be sent to the Santa Clara County District Attorney's Office for review. If the District Attorney file charges, Smith is scheduled to be arraigned October 6, 2015






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