According to the Denver Post, after being arrested for DUI, Tom Heckert’s blood alcohol level were 0.162, which is more than twice the legal limit.
According to Douglas County records, he was stopped on South Chambers Road just south of East Main Street in Parker. He was stopped after “striking the median and almost hit the stop light,” the sherriff’s report said.
He was taken into custody at 10:38 p.m. His blood alcohol level was redacted from the report.
Heckert was released to John Spyteck, who worked with Heckert in Cleveland and is now a scout with the Broncos, at 5:45 a.m. June 12. According to the Douglas County Sheriff ‘s Office, Heckert blew a 0.162 on a breath test upon his release nearly seven hours after his arrest, more than twice the legal limit.
The Broncos are expected to hand down a serious punishment to Heckert as well as Matt Russell who was also recently busted for DUI.