Body camera footage from police officers shows the night that Gonzaga head basketball coach Mark Few was arrested for driving under the influence.
Few was cited for a misdemeanor DUI and will serve a three-game suspension as a result. The nearly three hours of footage shows the entire incident from when police pulled Few over, but TMZ Sports has compressed it down to show Coeur d’Alene police officers asking him if he had been drinking.
He originally told the officers he hadn’t and claims he might have been swerving due to his two dogs that were in the vehicle with him, which were shown below. Few refused to step out of the car at first, and once he got out of the SUV, he refused a field sobriety test.
He told officers in body camera footage that he was refusing because he thinks the tests are subjective, and he has sustained multiple injuries to both ankles and knees.
Once given two breathalyzer tests, which came back as .119 and .120, Few was then arrested and requested a blood test.
In addition to his three-game suspension, Few also was fined $1,000 as part of his guilty plea. He also has to complete 24 hours of community service by February 2022, along with a year of unsupervised probation.