Legendary sports announcer Al Michaels was collared Friday night on suspicion of driving under the influence in Santa Monica, Calif.
Per the Los Angeles Times, the 68-year-old Michaels caught the attention of two motorcycle cops who observed him making an illegal U-turn near a DUI checkpoint at around 9:30 p.m..
After they pulled him over, the officers reportedly smelled alcohol on the sportscaster's breath and noticed he was slurring his speech, Sgt. Richard Lewis said.
Following a field sobriety test, Michaels was arrested and booked into a nearby station for driving with a blood-alcohol level of 0.08 or greater, though authorities will not release the specific amount of blood-alcohol concentration.
The veteran commentator was released on $5,000 bail five hours later and was ordered to appear in court June 26.
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