Report: Dumervil arrest stemmed from road rage
The arrest of Denver Broncos defensive end Elvis Dumervil in Florida stems from an alleged road rage incident, according to the Denver Post.
The police report says that Dumervil and a friend, Andy Auguste, began honking their horns at a white Impala after that car cut off Dumervil's Land Rover in Miami Beach, Fla. As traffic stopped at a light, Dumervil and Auguste got out of the car and went up to the Impala and raised their shirts to display firearms.
A witness to the incident said the driver of the Impala threw an unidentified object and struck Dumervil's Land Rover while the argument was taking place. A passenger in the Impala yelled at Dumervil and Auguste.
After that, police were called and followed Dumervil's vehicle, making an arrest of both men for assault with a deadly weapon. Police also found a gun in the glove box of Dumervil's vehicle, after the Broncos defensive end said he did not have a weapon in the car.
There is the possibility that no charges will be pursued, says Marty Magid, Dumervil's agent, once the investigation is completed.
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