3-Time Super Bowl Champion Arrested

A former professional football player, who was a cornerback in the NFL and a three-time Super Bowl champion, is now facing legal charges. He is accused of causing a series of car crashes in a parking garage and then leaving the scene without reporting the incident. The event took place on a recent Sunday at the Marina Grande parking garage located in Riviera Beach, Florida.

The Riviera Beach Police Department has identified the suspect as Timothy B. McKyer, aged 60. McKyer is alleged to have hit a total of five parked vehicles before departing from the scene. His professional football career spanned from 1986 to 1997, during which he played for the San Francisco 49ers and the Denver Broncos, earning three Super Bowl rings.

Following the incident, McKyer was apprehended and is now facing five charges of leaving the scene of an accident where property damage exceeded $50. In addition to these charges, he was issued a criminal citation for leaving the scene and a traffic infraction for failing to report the incident.

The owners of the damaged vehicles are in the process of being identified by investigators. McKyer, who is well-known for his successful NFL career, was later released from jail on his own recognizance.

The Riviera Beach Police Department is actively seeking any additional information related to the incident. They are urging anyone with knowledge of the event to reach out to them at 561-845-4123.

This incident serves as a stark reminder that even those who have achieved great success can find themselves on the wrong side of the law. As the investigation continues, it remains to be seen what consequences McKyer will face for his alleged actions.