INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - Police arrested a man who they say stole and drove drunk in Reggie Wayne's Bentley.
Saturday night, Police stopped an intoxicated driver in the 300 block of South Meridian. When police stopped the man driving a Bentley, he tried to stop in the middle of the road. An officer noticed the man was not wearing a seat belt and was talking on the phone while driving.
According to a police report, the man smelled of alcohol, had glassy eyes slurred speech. The man failed multiple sobriety tests and was identified at Gunner Belcher. Belcher also told police he was Reggie Wayne's "cousin by marriage."
Belcher was taken into custody and charged with an OWI, not wearing a seat belt, and failure to carry registration.
The next morning, Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Reggie Wayne attempted to pick up his Bentley from the Westin Hotel when he was informed that valet staff had no idea where the Bentley was.
A garage security officer told police that he had seen a white male, about 6 feet tall wearing a valet uniform take the vehicle out of the garage late Saturday night. Hotel employees identified the suspect as 21-year-old Gunner Belcher.
Hotel employees told police Belcher was released from work shortly before the vehicle was removed from the garage. Belcher failed to clock out the night of the incident.
According to a separate police report, the Bentley was returned to Reggie Wayne Sunday.
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Two men were arrested overnight after police say they stole a car and led officers on a chase.
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