According the Associated Press reports, the Miami Dolphins cornerback Will Allen was arrested Saturday under the charge of driving under the influence. He was later released from a Miami jail on $1,000 bond on Sunday morning.
According to jail records, Allen was being held at the Pretrial Detention Center in Miami on $1,000 bond after he was arrested at nearly 3:37 a.m. Saturday morning while driving a white Lamborghini Gallardo. Before being found that he was under influence of alcohol Allen attempted to drive on a blocked causeway despite a detour sign instructing cars to take another route. Although he was told by police several times that the causeway was closed, Allen insisted getting through and an officer noticed a "strong odor of alcohol," before he complied. Then Breathalyzer tests were administrated and showed that Allen’s blood alcohol levels are .152 and .167.
It was the first time Allen was arrested. The 31-year-old cornerback put on NFL jerseys nine years ago as the New York Giants’ first round pick. He became an unrestricted free agent five after playing five seasons in New York and was signed by the Dolphins before the 2006 season.