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Former 1st Round Pick recently released by the Dolphins arrested after a high-speed chase driving over 120 MPH

Isaiah Wilson arrested
Tennessee Titans first-round pick Isaiah Wilson was arrested for DUI already in his career, and now he is facing more charges from an incident stemming in January?

Do you remember Isaiah Wilson? Well, he is in the news again. This time for an arrest. The former Titans first-round pick was traded recently to the Miami Dolphins and released less than a week on the team. The former Georgia offensive lineman was arrested for a high-speed chase that happened back in January.

According to police reports, the former Titans first rounder was arrested and charged with multiple offenses after a high-speed car chase in Georgia back on January 7.

The incident report from Barrow County Sheriff’s Office is wild. Wilson took police on a high speed chase reaching 123 miles per hour. The dark Dodge Charger of WIlson was going so fast that police called off because it had reached seriously dangerous speeds over 140 mph.

Wilson’s car crashed and he was arrested by an undercover ICE officer who noticed the wreck.

Wilson told police he had bad experiences with police that is why he ran. He had a female with him in the vehicle. Police asked her if she had any drugs and she said no.

Police ended up finding 3.4 grams of marijuana and 0.2 grams of acid.

Wilson was charged with felony fleeing or attempting to elude a police officer, speeding in a construction zone, reckless driving, reckless conduct, possession of less than 1 ounce of marijuana, and possession and use of drug-related objects.

Wilson needs help. He was cut by the Dolphins recently after he missed team meetings and his physical. Pretty sad, but it sounds like he is in trouble and needs help before it becomes worse.

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