Former TCU Quarterback Trevone Boykin was arrested early Monday morning after a car he was in crashed into an upscale bar in Dallas, TX. Boykin was a passenger in the vehicle. It is believed that the driver, 26-year-old Shabrika Baley, was driving while intoxicated as she backed the car into the building.
Four people on the sidewalk were struck by the vehicle, and the bartender inside the bar was injured as the car came through the wall. Three of the victims were taken to a local hospital, but none suffered life-threatening injuries.
Boykin was arrested on marijuana and public intoxication charges, and as of 8:00 am, bond had not been set.
Boykin played all four seasons at TCU from 2012 to 2015. He finished his Horned Frog career with 10,727 passing yards, 2,049 rushing yards, 257 receiving yards and 114 total touchdowns. Despite his eye-popping numbers, he went undrafted in the 2016 Draft after punching a cop in a bar fight in late 2015. Boykin later pled no contest to a resisting arrest misdemeanor charge.
After the 2016 draft, Boykin was picked up by the Seattle Seahawks where he played back up to Russell Wilson. He played in five games last season, and police told reporters that they plan to report his latest arrest to the NFL. Though, at this point, they are probably already aware.