Kindle’s Blood Alcohol Level Twice Legal Limit

BALTIMORE (WJZ)–We’re learning new information about the DUI arrest of Ravens linebacker Sergio Kindle. 

Court records show Kindle’s blood alcohol level was 0.17—more than twice the legal limit—when officers pulled him over early Sunday morning in Howard County.

 Kindle told police he had a few drinks.

 He posted a $10,000 bond and was released from jail.

 Coach John Harbaugh said Monday that he’s disappointed in Kindle.

“I had a chance to meet with him this morning,” said Harbaugh at a press conference. “He’s very remorseful about it. He made a big mistake. He’s better than that. He knows that. For now there’s a process that goes in place–both a legal process and an NFL process. We’ll just let those two things take their course and see where it goes.”

 Kindle hasn’t played all season because of an injury.

  • KEN

    How remorseful you must feel
    getting cauught drinking behind the wheel
    Hope the judge shove it to you
    we’ll all shout halleluaugh

  • cal

    the ravens head coach is john harbaugh. his brother jim coaches the stanford football team.

  • nik

    He should be put behind bars. he could have killed someone

  • whatnow

    The National Felony League strikes again!

  • pigeon

    On “side line” due to injury falling down some stairs – drinking at that time.
    Now this! The young man has a problem that needs addressing before he kills someone. And he is going to get paid how much? Better to spend that money on someone who cares about life, others and himself. He isn’t someone I would want a young boy to have as an idol or to look up to.

  • pigeon

    In previous report someone made a statement about Howard Co. Police being the pits, the worse, etc.. Well, to that individual, they just may have same someone’s life – even perhaps someone in your family!

  • T

    I’m so over this kid. Falls down stairs, likely due to alcohol, and cracks his head. The just a week or two ago posts some illiterate nonsense on Twitter about his recovery (nice college education wasted), now this? MD Judiciary search lists 2 counts of DUI, 1 count DWI, running a red light, and speeding. Go home, Sergio.

  • Jon

    its not like they dont warn you about drinking about driving…

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