Cowboys receiver Terrance Williams was arrested early Saturday morning for public intoxication, according to a release by Frisco police.
Officers responded to a minor crash near Frisco Green Avenue and Lebanon Road at about 4:45 a.m. where a blue Lamborghini left the roadway and hit a light pole.
Police said the driver of the vehicle fled the scene and could not be found. Officers determined the vehicle was registered to Terrance Tyrone Williams.
Frisco officers located Williams near his home riding an electric bike and arrested him for public intoxication, a Class C Misdemeanor. He since was released from the Frisco jail on a $369 bond.
Police are still investigating the crash and no charge has been filed for striking a fixture at this time.
Williams, a five-year veteran, signed a four-year deal last off season and his $3.5 million salary is guaranteed this season. Williams has never caught more than 52 passes or gained more than 840 yards in a season.
Last season, he caught 53 passes for 568 yards - a career low 10.7 per catch - and no touchdowns
According to our Cowboys Insider, Jean-Jacques Taylor, Williams could face a 1-2 game suspension from the NFL for violating its personal conduct policy.
Willams and his attorney Chip Lewis released a statement Saturday night. You can read the statement below.