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Maria Lysaker-USA TODAY Sports
Texas A&M starting defensive lineman Shemar Turner was arrested Monday on a reckless driving charge that dates back to August. 12. Per CBS:
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The arrest centered on a motor vehicle incident that occurred on Aug. 12. According to the Houston Chronicle, Turner was driving 85 miles per hour in a busy area near Texas A&M's campus with speed limits listed at 35 and 45 miles per hour. A responding officer was "unable to safely overtake the vehicle," which was why the arrest came nearly a month later after Turner's car was identified.

Turner told investigators that he was late for a meeting and unaware of how fast he was traveling.
Turner has recorded four tackles, two sacks, and a forced fumble this season.
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CanebreakCajun10 months
White privilege strikes again!
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HC8710 months
'Turner was driving 85 miles per hour in a busy area near Texas A&M's campus with speed limits listed at 35 and 45 miles per hour.'
Lucky his dumb arse didn't kill someone...
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FightingTigers110 months
Hits keep coming. Unbelievable how clueless kids are that literally have millions at their fingertips if they just stay out of trouble and somehow continue to put themselves in these situations.
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