The Dallas defender was released around noon Tuesday after posting a $ 2,500 bond, Sgt. Aaron Woodard said.
THE COLONY – The safety of the Dallas Cowboys, Damontae Kazee, was arrested this Tuesday morning on suspicion of driving while intoxicated in a suburb of Dallasthe police reported.
Police sergeant of The Colony, Aaron Woodard, said Kazee was booked on a Class B misdemeanor charge. Kazee was released around noon after posting a $ 2,500 bond, he said Woodard.
Kazee was arrested in the suburb adjoining Frisco, where the team complex is located, about 30 miles north of Dallas. Kazee is in his first campaign with the Cowboys, after signing as a free agent.
The 28-year-old defender has started all six games for the Cowboys (5-1), who have won five consecutive games. Dallas has rest in this week. The next game is on October 31, visiting the Minnesota Vikings.
Kazee spent his first four seasons with the Atlanta Falcons, and started 34 of the 52 games in which he was with that organization. Your arrival at Dallas coincided with that of the defensive coordinator Dan quinn, who served as head coach of Atlanta for more than five seasons before being fired last year.
The Cowboys did not comment on the arrest of Kazee. His agent did not return a message seeking comment.