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As you can see, Kansas City Chiefs WR Rashee Rice was involved in a serious car accident last weekend and walked away from it. Now he's facing 8 criminal charges...
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A spokeswoman for Rice's attorney, Texas state Sen. Royce West, confirmed to The Associated Press on Thursday evening that Rice turned himself in at the Glenn Heights Police Department. Rice was booked into the regional jail in DeSoto, and West said he was released on bond Thursday night.

In an emailed statement, West emphasized what he called Rice's "continued cooperation with law enforcement."

"Mr. Rice acknowledges his actions and feels deeply for those injured as a result of this accident," the lawyer said.

On Wednesday, Dallas police said arrest warrants had been issued for Rice, 23, for one count of aggravated assault, one count of collision involving serious bodily injury and six counts of collision involving injury.

West said previously that Rice was driving a Lamborghini sport utility vehicle when the crash happened March 30.

SMU wide receiver Teddy Knox, 21, was driving the other speeding sports car, a Corvette, police said. Arrest warrants were issued for Knox on the same range of counts as for Rice. Dallas police said Thursday night that Knox was not currently in custody.

SMU said earlier in the day that, after learning of the arrest warrants, Knox had been suspended from its football team. Knox's attorney, Deandra Grant, said her client was cooperating with law enforcement.
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CajunBullet1 month
Not a real smart move on his part. This will cost him quite a bit!
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FLObserver1 month
Little Car should have never been in the passing lane. Not Guilty.
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dagrippa1 month
guns too haha
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Borntoboogy1 month
He gone!
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"They stole them I bet"

OT approved comment right there ha ha
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Hoovertigah1 month
The cerebral cortex doesn’t fully develop until about 30. Realizing consequences of poor decisions can’t quite be grasped. This is what you get.
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