Former Baylor All American and Dallas Cowboys safety Ahmad Dixon was arrested in Waco, Texas after being pulled over for going 30 MPH over the speed limit.
After he was detained, the police discovered Dixon had over 22 active suspensions on his license.
Here are the details from the Waco Tribune:
Former Baylor University football All-American Ahmad Dixon was arrested early Friday morning in Waco after being pulled over for driving 30 mph over the speed limit with a license carrying 22 suspensions, officials said.
Waco police Sgt. W. Patrick Swanton said Dixon was pulled over early Friday about 1:30 a.m. after he was caught driving about 70 mph on La Salle Avenue. The speed limit on La Salle Avenue is 40 mph.
Dixon was driving a black 2013 Chevy Corvette, and officers wrote him citations for speeding and expired registration. He was arrested for driving while license invalid enhanced because he had a prior convication for driving with a suspended license.
Swanton said Dixon had 22 active suspensions on his license dating back to 2011 due to insurance issues.
Dixon was released from the McLennan County Jail on Friday on a $1,000 bond.
You have to REALLY try to have 22 different suspensions on your license and then to get caught by the police before you get them taken care of.
Dixon obviously didn’t care because he was out speeding around in his Corvette late at night. I will never be able to wrap my mind around something like this, but people will still do it anyway.