Former NFL star RB Marshawn Lynch arrested in Las Vegas on suspicion of DUI

The Las Vegas Metro Police Department on Tuesday arrested former NFL runner Marshawn Lynch on suspicion of driving under the influence.
According to the LVMPD, officers conducted a traffic stop on Fairfield Avenue and West Utah Avenue, which is north of the Las Vegas Strip, on suspicion of driver obstruction. According to police, after investigating, officers "determined that Lynch was impaired and made an arrest." Lynch was taken to Las Vegas City Jail and charged with drunk driving.
Marshawn Lynch played seven seasons for the Seahawks, rushing for 6,381 yards and 58 TDs for the team.
Lynch was still in custody at the time of publication, according to jail records, and his bail was set at $3,381. According to prison records, Lynch was also subpoenaed for failing to refuse/surrender, failing to enter a lane and failing to register the vehicle he was driving.
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The LVMPD announced the arrest on their verified Twitter account.
Lynch, 36, is a five-time Pro Bowler and All-Pro selection who played 12 seasons in the NFL from 2007-2019 with the Buffalo Bills, Seattle Seahawks and Oakland Raiders. Lynch, who is from Oakland, California, left the Raiders before the team relocated to Las Vegas in 2020 and ended his career in Seattle.
He rushed for 10,413 career yards with 85 touchdowns and also had 2,214 receiving yards with nine touchdowns. He was selected as a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame's Decades Team for the 2010s.
The arrest comes a day after the Seahawks announced their broadcast team for the 2022 preseason, in which Lynch was set to serve as a special correspondent.
A message sent to Lynch's longtime agent was not immediately returned.
This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Ex-NFL RB Marshawn Lynch arrested in Las Vegas on suspicion of DUI
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