Andy Reid’s son pleads guilty to drunk driving in 2021 crash

Andy Reid’s son pleads guilty to drunk driving in 2021 crash

With the guilty plea, Britt Reid will spend a maximum of four years in prison, with the possibility of early release, rather than face a lengthy trial and risk a maximum sentence of seven years in prison.

KANSAS CITY — The former assistant coach of the Kansas City Chiefs, Britt Reidpleaded guilty on Monday to the crime of drunk driving causing serious physical injury in 2021. The accident occurred when he and his truck rammed two vehicles stopped on the access ramp to the highway and seriously injured a 5-year-old girl.

ReidLos Angeles head coach’s 37-year-old son Chiefs, Andy Reidwas to be tried on September 26. Britt Reid he faced up to seven years in prison, but because he pleaded guilty, he now faces a maximum sentence of four years in prison. He presented his statement to the Jackson County Circuit Court in Kansas City. His sentencing is scheduled for October 28.

In interrogation, Reid confirmed that he included the guilty plea and the circuit judge Charles McKenzie He indicated that he could serve a shorter prison term and be put on probation for good behavior.

The researchers confirmed that Reid was intoxicated and traveling 85 miles per hour when his pickup truck collided with vehicles on the ramp to join Interstate 435 near the Arrowhead Stadium on February 4, 2021.

The little Ariel Young, who was in one of the vehicles, suffered head trauma. six people including Reidhave been hurt.

“I’m really sorry for what I did,” he said. Reid. “It was a serious mistake and I apologized to the family. I had no intention of hurting anyone.”

The lawyer representing the family of Arielle, Tom Portoruled he was against the guilty plea.

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