Former Chiefs assistant coach Britt Reid was in court docket Monday to enter a plea on the cost of driving whereas intoxicated he faces after crashing into two automobiles a few days earlier than the Chiefs performed in Tremendous Bowl LV.
Reid entered a not responsible plea on the cost in a Kansas Metropolis courtroom. On the time he was charged, prosecutors stated Reid, who’s the son of Chiefs head coach Andy Reid, was driving 83.9 mph and that he had a blood alcohol focus of .113.
The decide within the case stated Reid is allowed to drive whereas out on bond with a particular interlock system put in in his automotive that stops it from beginning except Reid has handed a breathalyzer take a look at.
One of many automobiles that Reid crashed into had stopped on the facet of an interstate entrance ramp and the opposite one had pulled over to help in getting the opposite automobile began. A five-year-old lady in one of many automobiles suffered a traumatic mind harm and spent months within the hospital earlier than returning house.
Reid was positioned on administrative go away after the crash and his contract expired earlier this yr.