GRANDVILLE, Mich. (WOOD) - Former East Grand Rapids High School and University of Michigan football player has been sentenced for drunken driving (second offense).
Kevin Grady's blood-alcohol level was nearly four times over the legal limit after he was arrested in November 2010. He pleaded no contest to the charges.
He will now spend 20 days in jail, two years on probation, do 80 hours of community service and take random drug tests. He is also not allowed to leave the state of Michigan until given permission by the judge, and his car will be immobilized for 180 days.
Grady ran for six touchdowns to lead the Chicago Slaughter to a victory over the Richmond Revolution last Saturday. But he is apparently no longer a member of the indoor football team following Wednesday's sentencing, according to the roster listing on its website.
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