NY Jets’ Dylan Donahue Pleads Guilty In DUI Crash Case

NY Jets’ Dylan Donahue Pleads Guilty In Wrong Way DUI Crash Case

8/1/2018 9:31 AM PDT
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NY Jets' Dylan Donahue Pleads Guilty In DUI Crash CaseNew York Jets linebacker Dylan Donahue — the guy who crashed into a bus in the Lincoln Tunnel — has pled guilty to drunk driving … TMZ Sports has learned. 

As we previously reported, officials say the 25-year-old was driving his Dodge Charger Hellcat the wrong way in the Lincoln Tunnel on Feb. 26, when he slammed into a jitney bus (a private passenger bus) which was carrying 15 people. 4 of those people were hospitalized

NY Jets' Dylan Donahue Pleads Guilty In DUI Crash Case

Donahue was initially hit with 4 charges– but, he struck a deal with prosecutors in which 3 of those were dropped in exchange for pleading guilty to operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol. 

His sentence — his license was suspended for 3 months, he must have an ignition interlock device (which tests for alcohol on his breath) on his car for 1 year and must complete a DUI education program.

Meanwhile, Donahue has been participating at Jets camp — and reportedly impressing the coaching staff. 

Dylan’s attorney Terry Webb tells TMZ Sports … “Dylan accepts full responsibility for his actions and apologizes to his friends and family and fans. Dylan has been sober since the incident and is still committed to living a sober life.”

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