Report: Browns executive Jon Sandusky arrested on suspicion of DUI

Browns director of player personnel Jon Sandusky has been arrested on suspicion of drunk driving.

Sandusky, the son of disgraced former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky, was arrested in Fargo, North Dakota at 1:50 a.m. today, according to the Forum of Fargo-Moorehead.

According to police, Sandusky was observed making an illegal U-turn and pulled over, and then failed field sobriety tests. He was jailed and posted bail later on Tuesday. Sandusky was believed to be in Fargo to scout players at North Dakota State.

Sandusky is in his second season with the Browns after spending nine seasons working for the Eagles. His father, Jerry Sandusky, is serving a 30- to 60-year prison term for child sexual abuse.

47 responses to “Report: Browns executive Jon Sandusky arrested on suspicion of DUI

  1. Yeah, I’m sure he was a real hazard on the road at 1:50a in Fargo, ND.

    In the old days they would just take your keys, throw them into the woods so you couldn’t find them until the sun came up and you were sober. Now if you have 2 1/2 beers and get in a car you’re going to jail and your life in ruined for 2 years and if you’re famous or the son of someone famous your name is plastered all over the internet.

    Maybe there is a common sense medium in between those two, what do you say?

  2. I glad nobody was hurt. That said, if I was that creep’s son I might drink a little too. I hope he can move on from this successfully . . . and all that other “stuff”.

  3. Did Sandusky and Heckert ever work together in Philadelphia? That must have been some front office under Banner’s watch.

  4. And this guy works with a man who said that change was needed at Penn State, Michael Lombardi.

    I’m rooting for Lombardi, but this team needs to have a TV show “Rotten in Cleveland”.

    No Valerie Bertinelli or other cougars in this show.

  5. … and i guess that was your accomplice in the woodchipper?

    nobody should have to go thru what his father’s victims did and nobody should have to go thru what his father’s family did either.

    I really hope this was a stupid mistake and that he’s not all screwed up.

  6. onebucplace says:
    Oct 8, 2013 9:45 PM
    Yeah, I’m sure he was a real hazard on the road at 1:50a in Fargo, ND.

    In the old days they would just take your keys, throw them into the woods so you couldn’t find them until the sun came up and you were sober. Now if you have 2 1/2 beers and get in a car you’re going to jail and your life in ruined for 2 years and if you’re famous or the son of someone famous your name is plastered all over the internet.

    Maybe there is a common sense medium in between those two, what do you say?

    ________________________________

    Yea, and that was why these laws are being enforced more heavily. If you’re drunk, you deserve to be off the roads. Especially, when he was near a college campus…and not a random road in North Dakota.

  7. Isn’t a DUI in Fargo basically like getting a parking ticket on New York City?

    I thought the extra-wide lanes on their dirt roads were a feature for all the buzzed drivers.

    Lets go to Dempsey’s baby!!!! Woot!!!!

  8. omniscient48 says:
    Oct 8, 2013 9:51 PM
    Scouting players in North Dakota would drive me to drink also.

    You realize they have won the last two FCS nationals championships right? You must be a Browns scout as well.

  9. this guy could punch the pope in the face and still wouldn’t be able to one up his dad.

  10. It’s unfortunate that his father was mentioned here. It’s not his sons fault that his father is a monster, and it’s unfair to tie the two together in every story about either.

  11. blackandbluedivision says:
    Oct 8, 2013 11:00 PM

    Yea, and that was why these laws are being enforced more heavily. If you’re drunk, you deserve to be off the roads. Especially, when he was near a college campus…and not a random road in North Dakota.

    ________________________________

    The laws are being enforced more and more strictly as a way to generate income. You’re probably the type of dummy that thinks red light cameras are for public safety as well, right?

  12. I remember when NFL news was about who was traded and who was injured. Now there are reports of admin personnel who get in trouble. Thanks.

  13. I live in Fargo, near the NDSU campus. DUIs in Fargo are very common especially around 2am which is bar close up here. we have 3 colleges in this city and the cops are out thick from mid-3am currently they have approved overtime for officers strictly for DUI Patrol. and the sad thing is Sandusky according to news reposrts around here blew a 0.09. meaning for a guy of that size prob had 5-6 drinks and most likely felt fine. .08 BAC is easy to do, he shoulda called a cab for sure, but the cops have a hard on for DUI stops up here ever since a local judge had has daughter sadly killed by a drunk driver a few years back. I know a person who blew .06 (under the legal limit) and they still gave her APC (Actual Physical Control) because they figured that within 30 minutes she would have blown .08 with the intent of or operating a motor vehicle. She beat it in court. but just an example of how anal they are around here

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