The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Division executed a search warrant to acquire the information from the “black field” in Tiger Woods’s crashed automotive, per USA TODAY Sports.
Nonetheless, they didn’t search a warrant to acquire Woods’s blood to find out whether or not he was underneath the affect of remedy on the time of the accident on Feb. 23. Sheriff’s Deputy John Schloegl instructed USA TODAY Sports activities that there was no possible trigger to acquire it from him or the hospital.
The deputy added that it is a routine a part of their probe.
“We’re attempting to find out if against the law was dedicated,” Schloegl instructed USA TODAY Sports. “If someone is concerned in a visitors collision, we’ve bought to reconstruct the visitors collision, if there was any reckless driving, if someone was on their cellular phone or one thing like that. We decide if there was against the law. If there was no crime, we shut out the case, and it was a daily visitors collision.”
The crash occurred round 7:12 a.m. PT on the border of Rolling Hills Estates and Rancho Palos Verdes close to Los Angeles. The golfer was touring at a excessive charge of pace and misplaced management of the car earlier than crossing the middle divider. His automotive rolled over a number of instances and hit a curb and bushes. Woods was sporting a seatbelt, and prybar and ax had been wanted to eliminated the automotive’s windshield.
Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva stated on Wednesday that the incident was “purely an accident,” and that no prison fees could be filed towards Woods. There was no indication that Woods was impaired on the time of the crash.