Former University of Washington football player sentenced for DUI and hit-and-run accident

Reggie Rogers, age 44, a former University of Washington football star was sentenced to two-years in prison for two drunken driving charges. Rogers, who is from Federal Way, was sentenced in King County District Court on Thursday after entering guilty pleas according to The Seattle Post-Intelligencer.

The DUI charges stem from two DUI arrests in the Fall of 2008. In one of the DUI incidents, Rogers was under the influence when he was involved in a hit-and-run accident .

Rogers has had a history of drunken driving accidents. In 1987 he ran a red light and hit a car, killing three teenagers inside it. He was convicted of negligent homicide in that accident and spent a year in jail.

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