Public Intoxication Case Dismissed Against Cowboys Wide Receiver Terrance Williams

Public Intoxication Case Dismissed Against Cowboys Receiver

A judge dismissed a public intoxication case Wednesday against Cowboys wide receiver Terrance Williams.

Williams was arrested in May after Frisco police found him riding an electric scooter near his wrecked Lamborghini.

The Frisco Police Department released the raw video of Cowboys wide receiver Terrance Williams' arrest.

(Published Thursday, May 24, 2018)

According to his attorney, Hunter Biederman, the case against Williams was dismissed after he completed a state-mandated alcohol awareness education course.

"Additionally, any damage caused by Mr. Williams vehicle has been settled with the city of Frisco as well as any labor utilized by the city to fix any damage," Biederman said in a news release.

No additional charges are pending.

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