Yesterday, we told you about Elvis Dumervil’s arrest for felony assault — the Denver Broncos defensive end was taken into police custody on Saturday night and later released on $7,500 bond. We didn’t have any other information at the time, beyond nebulous statements from the Broncos and from Dumervil’s attorney. On Monday, the events of the incident became clearer. According to Mike Klis of the Denver Post , Dumervil was involved in a confrontation that involved road rage. It happened at about 5:00 p.m. Saturday evening in Miami Beach, when Dumervil and friend Andy Auguste stepped out of Dumervil’s Land Rover on Collins Avenue, came up on the people in a white Impala in front of them, and lifted their shirts to display guns. Per the police report obtained by the Post, Dumervil was driving, following a gray Mercedes, and the driver of the Impala merged in-between the two cars. Honking and name-calling ensued, and when traffic came to a stop, Dumervil and Auguste left their cars to provide a more physical and tangible threat. According to a witness, someone in the Impala threw something that stuck Dumervil’s Land Rover. When the police arrived based on a witness call, traffic was still at a standstill. Dumervil was ordered out of his car at gunpoint, and he was asked if he had a gun in his car. He responded that he didn’t, police subsequently found a gun in his glove compartment, and that was when Dumervil was arrested and his car was towed.
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