Chiefs Assistant Cited for Suspected DWI
KANSAS CITY (AP) -- An assistant coach for the Kansas City Chiefs has received a citation for suspected driving while intoxicated after a one-vehicle crash.
Police said Adam Zimmer was alone in his vehicle and unhurt in the accident around 9 p.m. Sunday on a street south of the Country Club Plaza shopping district. He was arrested and given a municipal citation and was released about five hours later on cash bond.
The investigation was continuing Monday.
Zimmer is listed on the Chiefs' website as a defensive assistant and assistant linebackers coach. He's in his third year with Kansas City.
Head coach Romeo Crennel said Monday the Chiefs did not yet have complete information about the arrest.
Kansas City is 2-13 heading into next week's season finale at Denver.