Ex-Raider Henry Ruggs Formally Charged With 4 Felonies In Fatal Car Crash

Previous Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Henry Ruggs III was formally charged Wednesday with four felonies and a person misdemeanor pursuing a auto crash that still left a woman and her pet lifeless.

Ruggs, 22, who is out of jail right after paying out a $150,000 bail, was formally billed with two felony counts of driving less than the affect resulting in dying, two felony counts of reckless driving resulting in dying, and a misdemeanor charge for possession of a gun when underneath the influence of medicines or alcohol. Ruggs did not seem for his arraignment in a Las Vegas courtroom on Wednesday to listen to his costs but was represented by his legal professionals. Ruggs did not enter a plea.

The formal rates arrive just above a week soon after police say the soccer player crashed his Chevrolet Corvette in the back of a Toyota RAV4 while driving 156 miles per hour. Tina Tintor, 23, was killed in the crash along with her golden retriever dog. Prosecutors said Ruggs experienced a .161 blood alcoholic beverages articles, which is a lot more than two times the legal restrict of .08.

Video clip posted to TMZ quickly right after the crash displays Ruggs sitting on the freeway as his feminine passenger comforts him. In the distance, the Toyota RAV4 that Tintor was driving and that Ruggs allegedly strike is found engulfed in flames.

Ruggs faces far more than 40 many years in jail if uncovered responsible. His next court overall look will be in December.