Former Colts quarterback Jack Trudeau sentenced in drunk driving case
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- Former Colts quarterback Jack Trudeau sentenced in drunk driving case
- Trudeau was arrested in July 2015; his BAC tested at .31
- Police said Trudeau threatened an officer during his arrest
- Trudeau apologized in court Monday
BOONE COUNTY, Ind. – Former Indianapolis Colts quarterback Jack Trudeau was sentenced to three days in jail following a drunk driving arrest last year.
Trudeau, who played for the Colts from 1986 to 1993, apologized in court Monday. During his arrest in July 2015, Trudeau tested for a blood alcohol concentration of .31 after he was pulled over. He threatened to kill a Zionsville police officer during a profane rant.
Trudeau entered a guilty plea in court Monday to misdemeanor counts of intimidation and operating a vehicle while intoxicated endangering a person. He’ll have to serve three days in the Boone County Jail and two years on probation. The judge suspended his driving privileges for 90 days.
The arrest was Trudeau’s second in a drunk driving case. In 1990, police pulled him over in Hamilton County. He tested for a .19 BAC in that case.
In 2007, deputies arrested Trudeau on suspicion of giving alcohol to minors during a graduation party in Zionsville. He pleaded guilty in that case and was ordered to pay a fine.