Wednesday, October eleven, 2017 at 10:fifty one a.m.
Frisco Police Division
Dallas Cowboys linebacker Damien Wilson won’t go to trial on costs that he backed his truck into a lady and brandished a weapon throughout a dispute over a parking area on July four. Based on a report from KRLD’s L.P. Phillips, a Collin County grand jury declined to indict Wilson on two costs stemming from the incident on Tuesday morning.
On the night time of July four, Wilson took half in Frisco’s Independence Day festivities in Toyota Stadium’s parking zone. When he arrived, he struggled discovering a parking spot within the stadium’s parking zone and received right into a dispute with a gaggle of tailgaters who have been taking over a number of areas.
In accordance with a police report, Wilson then backed into a lady standing in one of many areas and brandished a rifle at a person, “inflicting him to be in worry.” Wilson informed police that “street rage” induced him to seize his gun from his truck.
Moderately than submitting expenses immediately with the Collin County District Lawyer, Frisco Police despatched the case to the grand jury, which didn’t cost Wilson.
The Cowboys chosen Wilson, a College of Minnesota product, within the fourth spherical of the 2015 NFL Draft. He performed in each recreation through the 2016 season, main the Cowboys to plan a much bigger position for him in 2017. This yr, nevertheless, Wilson has struggled, racking up simply eleven tackles and a single move deflection via 5 video games. Regardless of being cleared of all legal fees, Wilson stays topic to the NFL’s disciplinary coverage, which permits NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to punish gamers nevertheless he sees match, ought to he decide there’s credible proof that the participant did one thing legal.