Colts defensive tackle Fili Moala arrested for DWI
By Mike Chappell
Posted: September 3, 2010
Coltsdefensive tackle Fili Moala was arrested early this morning for, among other things, driving while intoxicated.
Moala, a 2009 second-round draft pick out of Southern Cal, was stopped at approximately 2:31 this morning when a marked police car noticed Moala’s black 2010 Toyota
Tundraspeeding on N. Illinois Street. In a police report, officer William Weber said Moala admitted to having “five or six drinks’’ at Club 6 and the officer said Moala’s eyes “were glassy and bloodshot.’’
Moala, 25, had a blood alcohol of .10. The legal limit is .08. Moala was booked and released late this afternoon. He was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated, public intoxication and speeding.
The Colts had no comment on Moala’s situation.
Thursday night, Moala played extensively in the Colts’ final preseason game against Cincinnati in Lucas Oil Stadium.
Call Star reporter Mike Chappell at (317) 444-6830.