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Governor lets off the son of the Kansas City Chiefs’ coach for a DUI charge

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Missouri Governor Mike Parsons has reduced the punishment for Britt Reid, the ex-assistant coach of the Kansas City Chiefs and son of head coach Andy Reid. Britt had admitted guilt in a 2021 drunk driving incident that badly hurt a five-year-old. Instead of the initial three-year prison term, Reid will be on house arrest until October 31, 2025. He must follow strict probation rules, such as weekly meetings with a parole officer, behavioral counseling, peer support sponsor meetings, and fulfilling community service and employment duties.

The Super Bowl champions had put Britt on leave in 2021 and did not renew his contract the next year. Reid’s lawyer, J.R. Hobbs, chose not to comment on the matter. Governor Parsons had granted several pardons and commutations in February, including Reid’s case.

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