The class "Hurting Your Draft Stock 101" has a special guest speaker today....Professor PJ Hill.
The 22-year-old is accused of drunken driving and leading UW police on a chase early Saturday morning. He was arrested on 2:30 a.m. after officers were called to the Open Pantry convenience store on Randall Avenue and Regent Street near campus after a car hit a guard rail and then apparently kept going. Officers said that that they quickly spotted a vehicle driven by Hill that allegedly matched the one in the hit-and-run
Police said when they tried to pull Hill's car over, Hill, who had a female passenger inside, instead accelerated and ran through an intersection. He ended up turning into a driveway on Spring Street before hitting a wooden wall, disabling his car. Hill was taken into custody at gunpoint.
Police said that Hill admitted to drinking, but refused a sobriety test.
Hill was tentatively charged with felony eluding a police officer, second degree reckless endangering safety -- both of which are felonies -- operating a vehicle while intoxicated, reckless driving and driving without headlines.
That's called "hitting the cycle" in NFL draft lingo. Good thing he didn't flee the scene. The Cops would have run him down after about 15 yards. ZING!