Indianapolis Colts' Parry arrested for stealing golf cart, DUI in Scottsdale

David Parry

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

Police in Scottsdale, Ariz. say the 24-year-old showed signs of impairment when they arrested him just after 2:30 a.m. near where the cart was found crashed.

When all was said and done, Parry was charged with driving under the influence, auto theft, suspicion of robbery, criminal damage and resisting arrest. When the driver was collecting money after dropping off the other two passengers, Parry allegedly hit the victim on the head and left the scene with the golf cart. Police say they found the National Football League player after he crashed into a gate. Police also responded to a hit-and-run collision, where they found Parry on a sidewalk, drunk, after crashing the cart, according to The Star.

Asked how much he had to drink, Parry told the officers "a lot" and "more than I should have been", according to the report.


Parry, who was picked up by the San Francisco 49ers and immediately traded to the Colts in the fifth round of the 2015 National Football League draft, started all 16 games in each of his two seasons with Indianapolis.

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The Colts said in a statement Monday night, "We are aware of the reports and are gathering more information".

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