More information about the breathalyzer tests former Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott took during his arrest last weekend was released Tuesday.
A police report states that Prescott took two breathalyzer tests. The first returned the result of “invalid sample,” while the second was inconclusive due to an “insufficient sample,” according to The Clarion-Ledger’s Michael Bonner.
However, this is not a rare occurrence according to the report, and Prescott was arrested for being “under the influence of intoxicating liquor.” The arrest was not based on his blood-alcohol content level.
The former SEC quarterback apologized for the incident in a statement Sunday. Prescott’s arrest came at an unfortunate time, with the NFL draft slated to be held from April 28-30. He is expected to appear before the municipal court in Starkville on April 11.