Police: Browns’ Alvin Bailey polite, cooperative during OVI stop

NORTH ROYALTON, Ohio — Police say Browns OL player Alvin Bailey was polite and cooperative when stopped for an OVI early Monday morning.

Reports state his breathalyzer test was a .145 and a substance found in his vehicle tested positive for marijuana.

He faces charges of OVI, drug abuse and speed. He is due in court Thursday.

He admitted to drinking on the plane ride back from Miami and while at a restaurant in Strongsville.

He was given several sobriety tests by police. Bailey said he wasn’t sure if he wanted to perform them because of an issue he has with what he called Athlete’s Toe, the report states. He said its due to wearing cleats and playing in a contact sport.

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