San Diego DUI arrests happen to everyone. With the March Madness hitting San Diego State hard this year, there’s reason to celebrate. San Diego State University basketball player Kelvin Davis was arrested for a San Diego DUI March 21st, near campus, according to San Diego DUI criminal defense lawyers.
The San Diego drunk driving arrest came 3 days after his final game of an interesting career at SDSU, which included a comeback from cancer and being granted a sixth year of eligibility by the NCAA before the season. 5 days ago, he scored 11 points in 28 minutes in SDSU’s 62-59 loss against Tennessee in the first round of the NCAA Tournament in Rhode Island, Davis was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma in spring 2008 and didn’t play most of the 2008-09 season while undergoing treatment, according to San Diego drunk driving criminal defense attorneys.
After his cancer went into remission, he was given the Most Courageous Award from the U.S. Basketball Writers Association in March 2009. He played in 33 games for SDSU this past season, averaging 19.3 minutes and 6.6 points per game. We are not sure what the numbers are for his BAC as a result of this San Diego DUI.