The list of Detroit athletes that have not been arrested over the last few months has just shrunk a bit. According to the Saline Patch, Michigan Wolverines running back Fitzgerald Toussaint has been arrested on drunk driving charges. The report states that Toussaint was arrested in Ann Arbor on Saturday night on charges of operating a vehicle while impaired, citing Detective Don Lupi of the Saline Police Department.
According to the report, Toussaint was arrested just before midnight at 11:45 p.m. by officers working a drunk driving detail. Toussaint reportedly made a traffic violation and submitted to a breathalyzer test and blew above the legal limit.
There are no other details beyond that, but the arrest apparently happened without incident, which is yet another thing that seems to be happening less and less these days.
Toussaint is one of the best players on the Wolverines, rushing for 1,041 yards and eight touchdowns a year ago. It's unclear if there will be any disciplinary action by the team, but if he's held out for at least one game, he'll miss the opener against Alabama, a game that was already a tall order for the Wolverines.
For more on the Wolverines, head over to Maize n Brew, and for more college football coverage check out SB Nation's NCAA football hub.