Fred Davis Hit With More Than 100 Toll Violations

by Chuck Carroll
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LANHAM, Md. (CBSDC) — Former Washington Redskins tight end Fred Davis was acquitted of DWI charges Wednesday, but is due back in a Fairfax County court next week as an apparent habitual toll offender.

Davis failed to pay tolls on 106 occasions between September 2012 and October 2013, according to complaints filed by the Virginia Department of Transportation.

The Virginia Department of Transportation filed the complaints against the disgraced former football star in March, court records show.

A Loudoun County judge dismissed 26 similar toll violation complaints against Davis last week.

Attorney Mark Dycio says he will be looking into the alleged infractions. Dycio also represented Davis in the recent DWI case.

VDOT officials declined to comment on the infractions.

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