Did Suh Lie To Police About His Weekend Car Crash?

PORTLAND, Oregon (WWJ) – Is Detroit Lions star lineman Ndamukong Suh lying about his car crash over the weekend in Oregon? A Portland TV station says two women who were in his car claim Suh lied to police about the details surrounding the accident.

Suh told police that he was trying to pass a taxi when he lost control and hit a tree, a light pole, and a water fountain. But one of the women, talking to KGW-TV, questions his story.

“If he told them that he was driving 25 miles an hour, which is the posted speed limit there, that is not the truth,” the woman said. That woman and two other people who said they were passengers in Suh’s car requested that their identities not be released, citing privacy issues.

The woman also told KGW-TV that she needed an ambulance, although Suh told 911 dispatchers that no one was seriously hurt. Suh wasn’t ticketed by police.

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  1. Steven Frazer says:

    Who really cares if he lied or not. Do we really know if these ladies were in the vehicle? The police department is satisfied that there was no drinking or drugs involved and that Suh was polite and not combative. No charges and end of story

    1. stop2think says:

      Yes it does matter. It is called reporting a false police report. A felony. But in this day and age, if you can hit a ball far or carry a football over a chalk line or tackle the opponent, no harm done; go to the head of the class

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