MISSOULA (AP) — Authorities say that a university of Montana linebacker has been charged with drunk driving after his pickup truck rolled over and stopped inches from a Missoula home.
Missoula Police Detective Sgt. Bob Bouchee says 20-year-old Brian Maus refused a breath test and gave police a fake identification after the crash at 3:06 a.m. Sunday morning.
The Missoulian reports (http://bit.ly/xPVTuN) that police obtained a warrant to test Maus' blood. He was charged with drunken driving, obstructing a peace officer and failure to carry proof of insurance.
Maus was alone in the truck and he was not injured.
Maus pleaded not guilty in Missoula Municipal Court Monday morning. He was released after paying $1,450 bond.