Indianapolis Colts defensive lineman David Parry was arrested in Scottsdale, AZ over the weekend, after a series of alleged incidents that sound like they were ripped straight out of a movie.
The Indianapolis Star was able to get the details — from the Scottsdale PD — on what allegedly transpired to lead to Parry’s arrest:
“The victim told officers he had picked up three people from a downtown bar in his “transportation cart” — a street-legal golf cart police say was used as a taxi — and had dropped two of them off. When he got out of the cart to collect payment, the victim told police the third person, later identified as Parry, hit him on the head and left the scene in the cart.
Police were later called to a hit and run collision nearby, where responding officers found the golf cart crashed into a gate. Officers later found Parry on the sidewalk, apparently drunk, according to police.”
The 24 year-old former Stanford Cardinal was arrested with charges of suspicion of robbery, auto theft, criminal damage, resisting arrest, and driving under the influence.
Parry was a fifth-round draft pick by the Colts in 2015, and has started at nose tackle for all 32 of their games over the last two seasons. The 6’2″, 310-pounder had 47 tackles and three sacks in 2016.