FOXBOROUGH, Mass. —Former New England Patriot Brandon Spikes has been cited for several motor vehicle offenses after determining that Spikes was speeding and driving negligently when he crashed his 2011 Maybach sedan into the back of a sport utility vehicle on Route 495.
The crash caused minor injuries to a Billerica man and woman and their 12-year-old son, the occupants of the 2009 Nissan Murano, who were all transported to Sturdy Memorial Hospital in Attleboro. All were treated and released.
Spikes was released by the Patriots the day after the crash.
The driver of Spikes’ Maybach had called an emergency assistance service claiming to have struck a deer. Responding troopers found no evidence of a deer strike, but did find the family in the Nissan Murano.
Spikes was cited for leaving the scene of a crash, operating a motor vehicle negligently, speeding and failure to stay in marked lanes.