Driver who crashed into Patriots' Harvey Langi faces drug, alcohol charges

Ruben Hill
October 24, 2017

New court documents also indicate that the driver blamed for the crash faces several charges.

Now comes this report from the Boston Herald noting that Kevin M. Conroy, 25, from Millis has been charged with multiple crimes stemming from the accident in question.

Patriots linebacker Harvey Langi and his wife Cassidy went home from the hospital on Sunday night, nine days after a vehicle accident left them with "serious" injuries. Conroy and his passenger escaped injury, police said.

According to the report, "Conroy had the pain medication Gabapentin, anti-psychotic Quetipine, and muscle relaxant Baclofen on him at the time of the crash". Three other people were also injured and were transported to hospitals for treatment.

Conroy passed field sobriety tests at the scene and his blood-alcohol content was measured at 0.00, but police said they found an open "nip" bottle of Fireball whiskey in plain view on the rear floor of the jeep, the police report states.

The couple was seriously injured after police said a Jeep Cherokee slammed into their auto as they sat at a red light on Fisher Street in Foxboro. The drug charge is a felony.

On Wednesday, Cassidy posted a video of her and her husband's reunion in the hospital.

"Hey, welcome home, baby, " he said.

As a result of the crash, Langi and his wife spent several days in different hospitals being treated for their serious injuries.

Harvey Langi was signed by the Patriots as a rookie free agent in May after going undrafted in the 2017 NFL Draft. "We are finally home". He played college football at Brigham Young University.

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