Treyvone Boykin, former TCU quarterback, arrested

Posted March 29, 2017

Former TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin.

According to a Fox 4 News report, a woman driving the vehicle hit four people on a sidewalk and injured a worker inside the bar when her vehicle crashed. The female driver was arrested, accused of felony intoxication assault with a vehicle.

Boykin reportedly faces drug and public intoxication charges.

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Editor's note: This story first said five people were injured in the crash. He was being held on $500 bond at the Dallas County Jail. None have life-threatening injuries.

Boykin is now on probation stemming from a 2015 incident while he was the starting quarterback at TCU. Last June, he pleaded no contest to resisting arrest and received a year's probation.

The Seahawks' backup quarterback's latest arrest is the result of a auto crash at a bar in Dallas.

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It marks Boykin's second arrest in less than 15 months.

As part of his plea agreement, Boykin was sentenced to a year of probation and was ordered to attend alcohol awareness and anger management classes as part of the terms of his probation. Boykin threw his first career touchdown pass September 25 against San Francisco, the game in which Wilson got a high-ankle sprain.

Boykin, who went undrafted out of TCU before signing with Seattle, was also arrested at the end of 2015 after he allegedly punched a police officer during a bar fight.

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