Adding to the recent rash of Marijuana arrests Green Bay Packers safety coach Darren Perry has pleaded no contest and will take a plea deal for an incident stemming from a DUI last December 2016. Perry, 48, has been ordered to pay $956 and he cannot drive for eight months. Per Wisconsin laws, as it is Perry’s first violation, the offense is not criminal but rather an ordinance offense.
Perry initially refused to a breathalyzer test, which was followed by a blood draw showing a blood-alcohol level of .21. Perry was charged with having a prohibited blood-alcohol level and his driving privileges will be revoked starting July 27, 2017.
Perry was charged with having a prohibited blood-alcohol level, deviating unsafely in his lanes and refusing a breathalyzer test. The following blood test drew an blood-alcohol level of .21. Perry’s driving privileges will be revoked July 27 after his lawyer asked for a delay on the ban. Several charges were dropped in accordance to the plea deal.
Perry has been a coach for Green Bay for 8 seasons and 15 years overall in the NFL as a coach.