Cowboys WR Terrance Williams Arrested For Public Intoxication After Cops Found His Lamborghini Crashed Into A Light Pole

Terrance Williams’ mugshot after arrest in Frisco for public intoxication. pic.twitter.com/13KWnZbAgL

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Here we go, we are now officially entering NFL off-season arrest szn. Every year, during the dead months of the NFL calendar, we have this window where it seems all of the off-season incidents occur. Now that the draft and minicamps are over, we’ve reached that time of year.

Early this morning (aka late last night for this Cowboy) wideout Terrance Williams got popped for a public intoxication charge after cops found him riding a motorized bike near his home. Now normally, this might just get you off with a warning. The only problem is the cops found a crashed Lambo into a light pole at a different location and determined that it was registered to Williams.

According to ESPN, his only charges are for public intoxication right now, but they’re investigating the crash and fleeing of the scene.

The police found Williams’ 2017 blue Lamborghini abandoned after hitting a light pole in the area of Frisco Green Avenue and Lebanon Road, not far from the Cowboys’ practice facility, at 4:45 a.m. CT. After determining the vehicle was registered to Williams, the receiver was found near his home riding an electric bicycle and was arrested.

Williams was released from the Frisco Detention Center on a $369 bond. The police are continuing to investigate Williams for fleeing the scene of an accident and no charges have been filed. Due to the damage to the light pole being more than $200, the offense is a Class B misdemeanor.

So you can probably connect the dots here. You got a crashed Lambo with nobody at the scene, then later they find the guy the car is registered to (Williams) and he’s drunk riding on a motorized bike. All the pieces fall into place here. He pulled the ‘old Lance Briggs minus reporting the car being stolen.

So far, it looks like he’s only dealing the public intox charge, but I think we can probably expect more to come down the pipe.

Should’ve taken that Lyft

Life comes at you fast: A Terrance Williams story

T-Will's tweet promoting using Lyft for rides came 26 days ago… #CowboysNation pic.twitter.com/4R4psNs4ul

— Joey Hayden (@_joeyhayden) May 19, 2018