Former Denver Broncos wide receiver Demaryius Thomas turned himself in to police Wednesday on vehicular assault charges following a Feb. 16th crash in Denver.
Thomas was driving with two people inside his vehicle when he lost control and rolled the car on Auraria Parkway near 12th Street.
Charges being filed against released #Texans and Former #Broncos Wide Receiver, Demaryius Thomas charged with vehicular assault.
— Rudy R. Reyes (@rudedogreyes) February 28, 2019
A spokesperson for the Denver Sheriff’s Department confirmed that Thomas was taken into custody sometime late Wednesday and is scheduled to appear in court early Thursday afternoon.
The vehicular assault charge is a felony. Two traffic offenses — reckless driving and no proof of insurance, have also been filed in the case.
The vehicle rolled and came to a stop in the grassy median near Speer Boulevard. All three people in the car were transported to the hospital, police said.
Thomas and a male passenger suffered minor injuries and a female passenger sustained more serious injuries.
Thomas was traded by the Broncos to the Houston Texans in the middle of the 2018 NFL season.
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