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Colt Brennan's blood-alcohol reading was twice the legal limit

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 04:14 p.m. HST, Jul 31, 2012


Former University of Hawaii quarterback Colt Brennan had a blood-alcohol content of 0.17 percent, more than twice the legal limit for driving a vehicle, when police arrested him in Kailua July 25, according to a police report with the state Driver License Revocation Office.

Police stopped Brennan shortly before midnight as he was driving in Kailua. He was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving and drug possession, and was released July 26 without charges, pending investigation.

The city prosecutor's office will decide whether to charge Brennan after it receives the case from police, a spokesman said.







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Oahuan wrote:
old news
on July 31,2012 | 04:26PM
kainalu wrote:
... bet he could still throw for 6 TDs in a game under that same influence.
on July 31,2012 | 06:17PM
Changalang wrote:
The Sugar Bowl proves you wrong. What happened the night before the big game anyway? Couldn't he lay off the sauce for just one night?
on July 31,2012 | 07:47PM
niimi wrote:
If you blow .17 you should be asleep somewhere and not behind the wheel.
on July 31,2012 | 04:32PM
olos73 wrote:
Agree totally. But then, he still has supporters that say, "everyone makes mistakes." It's NOT a MISTAKE when you KNOWINGLY and INTENTIONALLY get behind the wheel.
on July 31,2012 | 04:49PM
glorianyama wrote:
Glad he didn't get into an accident and injure an innocent person.
on July 31,2012 | 04:37PM
Surfer_Dude wrote:
Already did that on the big island last year remember. Shakti wasn't driving, she's taking the fall.
on July 31,2012 | 07:07PM
Changalang wrote:
She still has time to set the record straight and save herself and family's quality of life.
on July 31,2012 | 07:44PM
Hawaiianhaole wrote:
SA- tell us what we don't know, this kind of reporting is exactly why we need more than one Newspaper.
on July 31,2012 | 04:41PM
WesleySMori wrote:
THINK, ONCE, TWICE, THRICE,...........,!!! BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO "DRIVE" A "KILLING MACHINE", AFTER INDULGING IN WHATEVER "INTOXICANT"!!! YES, YES I KNOW IT'S SUPPOSED TO BE "KNOWN" BY THE PERSON, BUT "HEY", "IT CAN ONLY TAKE ONE" FOR AN INDIVIDUAL TO "DISREGARD" THIS "PREMISE"!!!! "TOO SAD, SO, SO "BAD"!!!! "GOD BLESS HAWAII & AMERICA"!!!!!!!!!!!
on July 31,2012 | 05:25PM
Kokoy wrote:
Unnecessary use of quotes and capital letters makes you look a little crazy there, Wesley S. Mori.
on August 1,2012 | 01:26AM
Wahiawamauka wrote:
What do you mean the "prosecutor will decide whether to press charges"? LOL ..What kind of drugs were found? If it was anyone else you bet we would all know. What a farce.
on July 31,2012 | 05:34PM
2_centz wrote:
Colt was in trouble with the law in Colorado at the University there. Somehow he came to Hawaii. Now he is in trouble with the law for alcohol. If it is in his genes no one can help him , maybe not even himself can help himself.
on July 31,2012 | 05:38PM
ejkorvette wrote:
For Colt Brennan, I pray you seek and receive the Help you need to Turn your Life around for the Greater Good. It goes without saying that you should and hopefully will be Held accountable for your irresponsible actions and decisions. Hopefully this will teach you Vital lessons for your future life. No One should ever be Above the Law, which means that the Hawaii Politicians and all others in those "privledged"elected/selected positions of authority, Must be held by these same Standards. DUI's, Misappropiation of funds, Lying, Stealing, etc. These crimes committed by Elected Officials must not go Unpunished. So all of the people that have harsh words regarding Colt Brennan, use this same energy and focus across the board. Demand Prosecution for All Offenders.
on July 31,2012 | 05:51PM
Changalang wrote:
We The People demand equal protection under the law from ALL public safety hazards. Colt is a convicted burglar; that is how June got him here. Colt will be the perfect litmus test for equal protection. Please list other privileged that are pending prosecution so we can equally put our anger to them and Colt. If nobody else is guilty, then Colt deserves all of it. Right?
on July 31,2012 | 07:55PM
Kokoy wrote:
....I'm still trying to comprehend your point.
on August 1,2012 | 01:28AM
surfergirl808 wrote:
bye bye
on July 31,2012 | 06:02PM
Your_Agonizer_Please wrote:
uhhh where's all the people who advocated he should have been let off with a warning just because he's Colt Brennan, he would have killed himself or somebody if he kept driving that night
on July 31,2012 | 06:15PM
64hoo wrote:
hey colt you have to buy a bus pass and then you can drink all you want then get on the bus when your ready to go home.
on July 31,2012 | 06:49PM
aomohoa wrote:
I don't want some annoying drunk on drugs sitting next to me!
on July 31,2012 | 08:50PM
Ambergris23 wrote:
We don't need to read this every day...or see his picture! Can't find anything else to write about? Talk about beating a dead horse....
on July 31,2012 | 07:01PM
Surfer_Dude wrote:
No deals DA. Prosecute to the full extent.
on July 31,2012 | 07:10PM
Changalang wrote:
3rd degree promotion of a dangerous drug means he had enough quantity to distribute.
on July 31,2012 | 07:48PM
Mach2 wrote:
you heard it first here... he's going to jump bail and flee to Mexico and da dawg is gonna bring him back... oh wait, there is no bail because he wasn't charged... what a joke - BACI on you Colt for the poor victim in that accident - you know what happened, you need to come clean
on July 31,2012 | 07:16PM
Changalang wrote:
Let's trade him in the universal loser draft for a law abiding local football celebrity. Bet we could trade Colt for cash and Timmy Chang (waiving the cell phone pass at PearlRidge). They might just throw in all the American Idol losers from Hawaii to sweeten the pot. Segundo, Jasmin, go long....Celebrating failure out of blind loyalty is the thing about our culture that holds us back. Time to treat people as equals and let them pay for their crimes. More chances equals bigger NEXT mistakes.
on July 31,2012 | 07:41PM
aomohoa wrote:
It should be when not if he is prosecuted!
on July 31,2012 | 08:49PM
willman wrote:
This guy is a disgrace. His use of alcohol and cocaine while operating a speeding vehicle places citizens in our community in grave danger. He is very fortunate that he was not charged with cocaine possession. I wonder how the packet with cocaine residue ended up in the car he was driving? Too bad he was not administered a blood test to see if he had cocaine in his system. That would probably be illegal without his consent, which he and his lawyer would never permit. Kahuku High School should reconsider his association with the football team as he is a terrible role model to the student athletes there. They really do not need is help. He is just "window dressing " for the team. He should seek out help before he kills someone.
on November 13,2012 | 11:33AM
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