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Chiefs WR Rashee Rice turns himself into police after multi-vehicle Dallas crash

Rice has admitted to driving the Lamborghini that was involved in the crash. He turned himself into police April 11.

DALLAS — Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Rashee Rice has turned himself into police in connection to his involvement in a multi-vehicle crash on U.S. 75 in Dallas in late March.

According to online records, on Thursday evening Rice turned himself in to the Glenn Heights Police Department and was then taken to the DeSoto Jail. His combined bond total is $40,000.

His attorney Royce West issued a statement late Thursday saying “Mr. Rashee Rice turned himself in today and was released on bond. I want to re-emphasis Mr. Rice’s continued cooperation with law enforcement. Mr. Rice acknowledges his actions and feels deeply for those injured as a result of this accident. Our legal team is now tasked with reviewing all legal documents.”

Rice, 23, now faces eight charges in the case – six counts of collision involving bodily injury, one count of collision involving serious bodily injury, and one count of aggravated assault, according to the warrant. All of the charges are felonies.

Collision involving injury carries a penalty of imprisonment in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice for not more than five years or confinement in the county jail for not more than one year, a fine not to exceed $5,000, or both.

Collision involving serious bodily injury – a third-degree felony – carries a punishment of imprisonment in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice of not more than 10 years or less than 2 years. Aggravated assault – a second-degree felony – is punishable by two to 20 years in prison and a fine of up to $10,000

State Sen. Royce West, who is representing Rice as his attorney, confirmed last week that his client acknowledged to investigators that he was driving the Lamborghini SUV involved in a multi-vehicle crash on Central Expressway in Dallas on March 30. Rice was listed as renting the Lamborghini SUV from Classic Lifestyle in his name at the time of the crash. The Corvette involved in the crash was also leased in Rice’s name.

The driver of the Corvette at the time of the collision, Theodore Knox, 21, faces the same charges as Rice. Knox is a cornerback on the current roster of the SMU football team, where Rice played football in college.

The passengers in the vehicle will not be charged.

“This case was conducted as all cases are conducted, thorough and fair, as that is what all victims deserve and what our city demands,” Chief Eddie Garcia of the Dallas Police Department said in a statement on Thursday. “An investigation has no timeline. We will not be pressured, and we will do what is right. Our men and women work to determine who is involved and how they were involved, conduct interviews, and gather evidence to build a solid case to hold people accountable for dangerous conduct in our city. I am proud of the work they do each day, and I am proud to be their Chief.”

In a statement issue on Friday, SMU said it was aware of the arrest warrant for Knox, and that Knox had been suspended from the football team. The school said it “takes these allegations seriously,” but said federal student privacy laws prevented the university from further commenting on any disciplinary actions it may take as a result of Knox’s charges.

WFAA obtained dashcam footage of the incident, which shows three men emerging and walking away from the Lamborghini SUV after it stopped in the second-from-the-right lane on the highway.

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