A judge refused Thursday to release surveillance video depicting the moment a car driven by Browns WR Donte' Stallworth struck and killed a pedestrian in a drunk-driving crash. Prosecutors said the video, recorded by a Florida Power & Light camera, shows Reyes running across MacArthur Causeway on March 14 and being struck by Stallworth's 2005 Bentley luxury car. On a recorded 911 call, Stallworth said that Reyes "came out of nowhere" before the crash.
A police report said Reyes, a construction crane operator just leaving his job, was rushing to catch a bus home when the crash occurred.
Tests later showed that Stallworth, who had been drinking that night at a swank Miami Beach nightclub, had a blood-alcohol level of 0.126, well above Florida's 0.08 legal limit. Stallworth's attorneys also have confirmed that blood tests showed traces of marijuana as well.