Ex-UW Husky Reggie Rogers Sentenced for Drunk Driving

By Garth O'Brien | June 25, 2009 
Filed Under Athlete DUI

Seattle, Washington. Former University of Washington Husky football player, Reggie Rogers, will serve two years in prison for his drunk driving activities. Rogers’ troubles began last October when he was arrested for DUI. Shortly after that incident he was under the influence of intoxicants and caused a crash on Interstate 5.

Two years may seem to be an aggressive sentencing for King County District Court. However, in 1988 Rogers plowed through a traffic control signal and slammed into an oncoming vehicle. Teens were in the other vehicle and died as a result of the crash. Given that history the KCDC judge imposed two years in jail followed by 240 days on electronic home monitoring.

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One Response to “Ex-UW Husky Reggie Rogers Sentenced for Drunk Driving”

  1. Dui Classes on July 1st, 2009 1:44 am

    That’s sad that someone died from the accident…