NFL player David Parry of the Indianapolis Colts was arrested after police say he stole and crashed a golf cart in Scottsdale on Feb. 25. Maricopa County Attorney’s Office/Scottsdale Police Department

Indianapolis Colts defensive lineman David Parry was sentenced to two years of supervised probation after pleading guilty to reduced charges in connection with a Feb. 25 incident in Scottsdale, court officials said.

Parry was sentenced Wednesday in Maricopa County Superior Court. He pleaded guilty last month to charges of attempting to commit unlawful means of transportation and a misdemeanor count of disorderly conduct.

Scottsdale police found a seemingly intoxicated Parry sitting on the sidewalk and a golf cart crashed into a nearby gate while responding to a reported assault and auto theft.

A man told police Parry hit him in the head and got away in his “transportation cart” after picking up the NFL player and two other people up from a bar in downtown Scottsdale.

The man told police he was trying to collect payment from Parry when the incident occurred.


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