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Funny: Terry Glenn busted for drunkenness and peeing on a trash can


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Cowboys WR Glenn cited for intoxication

Dallas star released at scene, expected to play against Rams

12:00 AM CST on Sunday, January 1, 2006

By JAY PARSONS / The Dallas Morning News

Cowboys starting wide receiver Terry Glenn was cited for public intoxication late Friday night after urinating behind a trash dumpster in West Oak Cliff, Dallas police said.

Glenn, who is expected to play in the Cowboys' regular-season finale tonight against the St. Louis Rams, was released to a friend at the scene. The incident occurred at 11:20 p.m. outside a Jack in the Box restaurant on the 1300 block of North Hampton Road.

"He was attempting to urinate behind a dumpster when an off-duty officer stopped him," Cpl. Jamie Kimbrough said.

Police briefly handcuffed Glenn, 31, but didn't take him to jail because a sober adult was with him. Police did not identify the friend. Cpl. Kimbrough said that Glenn was not given preferential treatment. She said that officers routinely release individuals who only receive misdemeanor citations, to friends.

Cowboys spokesman Rich Dalrymple said Saturday morning that the team would have no comment on the matter. James Gould, Glenn's Ohio-based agent, said he was unaware of the incident and would have no immediate comment.

Glenn leads the Cowboys with 1,092 receiving yards through 15 games this season.

Staff Writer Jean-Jacques Taylor contributed to this report.

E-mail jparsons@dallasnews.com

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Yes...the last decade's version of the dallas legacy of pride and performance, as displayed again in the Rams game, continues unabashed...perhaps the more intellectually-unencumbered members of the cowpie-board herd will be too busy admiring their past to visit with all their valuable input...

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