Former Southlake Carroll star quarterback Riley Dodge was arrested March 13 on suspicion of drunken driving with an 11-month-old passenger in his vehicle, according to a police report.
Dodge, 27, now faces a felony charge of DWI with a passenger under 15. The district attorney’s office has not filed charges against Dodge.
The charge, a state jail felony, is punishable by up to two years and a $10,000 fine.
Dodge was stopped in the 500 block of Carroll Avenue at 9:32 p.m. The police report does not include Dodge’s blood alcohol content level or why he was suspected of drunken driving.
Southlake police did not return messages on Wednesday.
Dodge was released from the Keller jail the next day on bond, jail records show.
Dodge is an assistant football coach at Flower Mound Marcus High School in the Lewisville school district. He lives in far north Fort Worth, according to Tarrant County district clerk records.
A spokeswoman for the Lewisville school district said Dodge is still employed at the school.
Before he was hired there last year, he was an assistant coach at Texas A&M and the University of Texas at Austin.
He’s best known for starring under his father, coach Todd Dodge, at Carroll, where he graduated in 2008.
In two years as a starter for the Dragons, Riley Dodge threw for more than 8,000 yards and 101 touchdowns. Todd Dodge, who guided Carroll to four state championships in seven years, was hired by the University of North Texas after his son’s junior year, so Riley Dodge switched his commitment from Texas to UNT.
As a Dragon, Dodge won Texas 5A Offensive Player of the Year twice, and he was named an all-American.