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Ex-Warrior Brennan pleads no contest to DUI charge

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

Former University of Hawaii quarterback and Heisman Trophy nominee Colt Brennan has pleaded no contest to a DUI charge stemming from a drunken driving arrest more than a year ago, according to his attorney Michael Green. 

Brennan was reportedly ordered to pay a $300 dollar fine and complete 14 hours of substance abuse. His once revoked license has been reinstated, according to a Hawaii News Now crew who was present during the proceedings.

Brennan was arrested in Kailua in July of 2012 under suspicion of drunken driving. In a report, HPD officials said that Brennan had a blood alcohol concentration of 0.17%, more than twice the legal limit.

At the time, police also said they also found a plastic bag with cocaine residue in the rented car Brennan was driving, but prosecutors decided against drug charges, saying they couldn't fully prove the drugs belonged to Brennan.

Stay tuned for more on this story on Hawaii News Now beginning at 5 p.m.

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