Former TCU quarterback arrested in Dallas when car plows into bar
Seven people were hit in a car accident outside an Uptown Dallas bar, when a driver sped onto a sidewalk and into the side of a building. The driver was Shabrika Bailey, 25, and her passenger was Trevone Boykin, 23, an NFL football player and former star TCU quarterback.
According to a police report, the accident took place outside the Side Bar at 2626 Howell St. on March 27 at about 2:10 am. Investigators determined that the driver accelerated in reverse at a high rate of speed onto the sidewalk, striking pedestrians and the side of the bar.
In addition to the seven people on the sidewalk, a bartender inside the club was also injured. The impact of the crash into the building caused bottles of alcohol and a large ice cooler to fall and hit the bartender. Seven people were transported to local hospitals for non-life threatening injuries.
Bailey was arrested for two counts of intoxication assault with a vehicle causing serious bodily injury. Boykin was arrested for public intoxication and possession of marijuana.
Boykin attended high school in Mesquite and was a starting quarterback for TCU in 2014-15.