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STRUCK DOWN: College football player dealing with DUI indictments after lethally hitting lady

STRUCK DOWN: College football player dealing with DUI indictments after lethally hitting lady

An Arizona State University football player purportedly struck and killed a 23-year-old New Jersey lady while driving alcoholic in Scottsdale, police said.

Stanley Lambert, a 22-year-old guarded end for the Sun Devils, was hit with two DUI-related charges after he lethally hit Norah Bruther as she attempted to go across Camelback Road soon after 1 a.m. Saturday morning, cops said.

Bruther — a Moravian College move on from Sea Girt, as indicated by her LinkedIn profile — was visiting Scottsdale and remaining nearby at the hour of the occurrence, Scottsdale Police Department representative told Fox 10 Phoenix.

Stanley Lambert, a defensive end for ASU, was slapped with two DUI-related charges after he fatally hit Norah Bruther.

Lambert, who is from Tempe, was captured and

“reserved for one count every one of DUI – Impaired to the Slightest Degree and DUI – BAC of .08% or more,”

official Aaron Bolin told the power source.

He has since been set free from prison and more charges are conceivable forthcoming lab results for his blood-liquor level, cops said.

Norah Bruther graduated from Moravian College in 2020.

Norah Bruther graduated from Moravian College in 2020.
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Sun Devils Athletics said they have been made aware of the situation.

“We are aware of the tragic situation over the weekend involving one of our student-athletes,”

a spokesperson said in a statement.

“Our thoughts are with the family and friends of all involved. We are still gathering information and we do not have any other statement at this time.”

According to the Sun Devil’s roster page, Lambert is listed as a redshirt senior.

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