Not enough evidence to move forward with drunk driving case against Havner

The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports that there’s not enough evidence to push forward in the drunk driving case against TE Spencer Havner:

The Nevada County (Calif.) district attorney’s office has returned the drunken driving case against Packers tight end Spencer Havner to the California Highway Patrol after finding insufficient evidence to charge him, district attorney Clifford Newell said Tuesday. Havner was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving March 13 at a hospital emergency room after allegedly crashing his motorcycle. After reviewing the case, Newell said in an email he “could not determine that Havner had committed a violation of the California Vehicle Code or any other law.”


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One Response to “Not enough evidence to move forward with drunk driving case against Havner”

  1. If there was not a proper evidence then who else can take a charge against him. I think if he has really committed a crime then state police investigates about it.

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