Browns Draft Pick DUI Arrest

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Armonty Bryant

ADA, Oklahoma– One of the Cleveland Browns’ draft picks is in trouble with the law.

Police in Ada, Oklahoma said they pulled over a car just before 4 a.m. on May 3 because the driver made an improper left turn.

Police said there was a strong odor of alcohol coming from the vehicle as the officer talked to the driver, identified as Armonty Bryant.

Police said a strong odor of alcohol was also coming from Bryant.

They said Bryant’s breathalyzer test registered a .098; that’s over the Oklahoma legal limit of .08, same as in Ohio.

Bryant was arrested and charged with DUI.

He’s due to appear in an Oklahoma courtroom Tuesday.

The Cleveland Browns released a statement Monday that said: “We are aware of the incident and are now in the process of collecting more information.  We will not have any further comment.”

Armonty Bryant was one of the Browns’ picks in the seventh round of the 2013 NFL draft.

He was arrested in October on a felony charge of marijuana. When asked about that arrest, Bryant responded: “Good people make mistakes, and I won’t let anyone down.”

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