Published: Wed, March 01, 2017
National | By Miranda Cannon

National Football League player arrested for assaulting driver, stealing golf cart

National Football League player arrested for assaulting driver, stealing golf cart

Indianapolis Colts defensive lineman David Parry was arrested in Scottsdale, Arizona, according to Scottsdale police.

Scottsdale police responded to a call of an assault and auto theft at 2:15 a.m. Saturday near the crossroads of Osborn Road and 70th Street.

He faces charges of robbery, auto theft, criminal damage, resisting arrest and DUI.

The defensive lineman is being accused of punching the driver of the golf cart, getting into the vehicle and driving away. The police found Parry on the sidewalk near where he crashed the cart into the gate of an apartment complex.

According to TMZ, police say as Parry was being arrested, he unleashed a slew of expletives, calling the officers, "f-- f--" "fat f--" and "p--boy".

When they contacted him, he displayed signs and symptoms of alcohol impairment, police said.

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Investigators determined there was no connection between Parry and the two other men who were riding, and police arrested him.

Hoster said this is a felony case because this is considered a "strong-armed robbery".

He has 49 tackles and four sacks through 32 games in his National Football League career.

Scottsdale police confirmed the arrest to the Indianapolis Star on Monday.

The 6-2, 310-pound Parry has started every Colts game over the last two years and has 78 tackles with four sacks, three of which came last season.

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