DWI charge results in Texas Tech football player’s release from team
A Texas Tech University football player was removed from the team after he was apprehended for driving a vehicle while intoxicated, My San Antonio reported on April 14.
Reports said 19-year-old Grant Bouma was arrested by authorities for suspected drunken driving and subsequently charged with a DWI. Bouma, a freshman football player, reportedly carried somebody else’s drivers’ license when he was arrested. Bouma was released on April 13 after posting bond. According to the university’s website, Bouma is a Chino, California native majoring in agricultural applied economics degree.
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