UTSA Football Player Joshua Cephus Suspected of DWI after Crash on Babcock Road
SAN ANTONIO, TX (December 22, 2022) – Police confirmed that UTSA Football suspended 21-year-old Joshua Cephus after a suspected DWI crash on Babcock Road on December 9.
According to the Texas Department of Public Safety, the collision happened near UTSA Boulevard around 3:25 AM. Based on a report, UTSA football player Cephus was driving a silver 2009 Nissan Maxima southbound on Babcock Road prior to the crash.
Cephus was driving southbound on Babcock Road and had a green light to turn left. Officials stated that he turned left onto the second lane of UTSA Boulevard when he lost control of his vehicle and proceeded to roll his vehicle over, coming to a rest at a nearby light post.
Police suspected Cephus of driving while intoxicated. They transported him to San Antonio Municipal Court to provide a blood specimen.
UTSA athletics explained that Cephus had been suspended pending the result of the test.
No other information is known at this time.
Driving while intoxicated is prohibited and punishable by law. Thus, never drink and drive. In addition, do not leave the scene after an accident. Instead, call the authorities and wait for rescue.
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