The Chandler Police Department released body-cam video from two officers of when Arizona Cardinals general manager Steve Keim was arrested for suspected DUI last week.
The first officer pulled Keim over on the morning of July 4 after he said Keim stopped in an intersection and then tried to avoid him. Keim was also speeding, the officer said.
Keim said he only had two beers and ate pizza with them about two hours before he got pulled over, but the officer said he could smell the alcohol on his breath.
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A second officer shows up and his body camera video shows Keim was unable to follow the officer's pen using his eyes without moving his head. He had to use his hands to keep his head still.
Because of past leg injuries, Keim didn't do any walking tests. Keim refused to take a breathalyzer and was then arrested on DUI.
More body camera video shows Keim getting his blood drawn for testing at a DUI enforcement van.
Keim first joined the Cardinals as a college scout in 1999. He was promoted to the general manager role in 2013.
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He recently concluded his 19th season with the organization and fifth as the team's general manager.
The Cardinals said in a statement that it is still investigating the incident.
Keim apologized in a statement and said he regrets his "incredibly poor judgment and inexcusable actions."
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