Just before midnight on Friday the assistant coach of the University of Nevada’s Wolf Pack football program was accused of driving under the influence of alcohol after he crashed his car into the Nugget Casino Resort in Sparks, NV.
A policeman in an unmarked car witnessed Jeffrey Nady, 27, collide with a traffic sign when exiting the interstate. Nady allegedly continue driving on the city streets of Sparks until making a turn and losing control of his car, causing him to crash into the casino resort. It was reported that no one was harmed in the mishap.
After the wreck Nady exited his vehicle and seemingly tried to depart from the scene unnoticed by dashing into the establishment, but police quickly caught him and placed him under arrest.
University of Nevada reported that they are aware of the arrest and stated, “Jeff has been suspended from football-related activities as the legal process continues.”
Nady was taken to the Washoe County Jail and faces charges of driving under the influence of alcohol, open container in a vehicle, intoxicated person in possession of a firearm, reckless driving, obstructing a police officer and leaving the scene of an accident.
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