Twenty-seven-year-old former Buffalo Bills and New England Patriots football linebacker Brandon Spikes plead guilty to charges of negligent operation of a motor vehicle, leaving the scene of a personal injury accident, operating an uninsured vehicle, and a marked-lanes violation in relation to a hit-and-run vehicular accident that caused injury to three individuals, according to the Sun Times on July 1.
The Massachusetts State Police said they said they found Spikes’ Mercedes-Benz stopped and empty on the median of Interstate 495 in Foxborough around the same time that reports of a hit and run accident alerted police.
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