Mets bullpen catcher, Eric Langill, 32 years old, was arrested on suspicion of Driving Under the Influence (DUI) this past Sunday in Lakeland, Florida.
According to news reports, Langill was operating a Honda. He lost control of the vehicle. It rolled over a curb, struck a street sign, hit a fountain and rolled over.
After exiting the car, he failed field sobriety tests and was arrested for DUI by the St. Lucie Sheriff’s office.
The DUI came hours after the Mets’ bowling night. GM Sandy Alderson was quoted by the NY Daily News as saying, “It does raise some concern. However, I was at bowling night. I was there when it concluded, substantially concluded at approximately 8:45. This incident occurred at approximately 11:30, 11:20, something of that sort. So from that standpoint, a significant amount of time [transpired] between when this official event ended, and when this incident occurred.”
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Matt Stiller is the Delaware DUI Defender. He represents the accused in all criminal cases in Delaware, and focuses his practice on defense of driving under the influence charges in the Justice of the Peace Courts, Court of Common Pleas in New Castle County, Delaware, Court of Common Pleas in Kent County, and Court of Common Pleas in Sussex County. Matt also handles Department of Motor Vehicle (DMV) drivers' license revocation hearings resulting from DUI arrests. If you need a DUI attorney in Delaware, please contact Matt at (302) 654-4930 in Wilmington or (302) 678-8700 in Dover. There is no charge to speak to Matt about your case.