ADELAIDE forward Tyson Stengle has been caught drink driving in an unregistered vehicle.
The Crows youngster was pulled over by police and recorded a blood alcohol reading of 0.125.
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The club announced the news on Friday evening, after AFL.com.au revealed on Friday morning that Western Bulldogs vice-captain Lachie Hunter had been involved in a drink-driving incident where he is alleged to have hit four parked cars on Thursday evening.
Crows head of football Adam Kelly said the 21-year-old had made "serious breaches".
"Tyson is deeply remorseful and embarrassed by his actions, and we have expressed our disappointment in his decision making," Kelly said.
"Fortunately, no one was hurt and he will receive appropriate education so he learns from this mistake.
"Tyson is a valued member of the Crows family and we will continue to support him through this difficult period."
Stengle has played five games for the club, including its round one loss to Sydney before the competition entered its shutdown period due to the coronavirus spread.
On top of expected police charges, Stengle faces a club-imposed sanction.