Michigan guard Zavier Simpson crashed a vehicle registered to the wife of the Wolverines’ athletic director late last month, shortly before the school announced he was suspended for a game.

Officers found Simpson outside the vehicle around 3 a.m. on Jan. 26th, according to the police report, after the car had made contact with a pole and street sign.

An officer said he did not notice any smell of intoxicant from Simpson’s breath.

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According to the police report, Simpson told officers his name was Jeff Jackson Simpson and that he had been walking down the street and noticed the crashed vehicle.

When officers recognized him and asked why he had given a different name, Simpson said he didn’t want to be involved with the crash report.

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