Blackmon, 22, was stopped at approximately 3:01 a.m. in a white Chevy Tahoe going 60 miles per hour in a 35 mph zone, according to the police report. He was driving left of center and failed to yield for four blocks, until stopping in a gas station parking lot near McElroy road and Perkins road.
According to the police report, Blackmon was observed to have an odor of an alcoholic beverage. He was unsteady on his feet, had slurred speech and admitted to consuming alcohol before driving.
He was placed under arrest and transported to the Stillwater City jail, according to the police report. There, he agreed to take a breathalyzer test and blew a .24, well over the legal limit.
In Oklahoma, an aggravated DUI is when the driver has a blood alcohol content of .15 or higher.
Blackmon posted a $1,000 bond early Sunday afternoon and was released from jail.
There were no other passengers in the car.
For Blackmon, who was selected fifth overall in April’s NFL Draft by the Jacksonville Jaguars, this would be his second alcohol related offense.
He was arrested in October 2010 on a misdemeanor DUI complaint in Carrolton, Texas. Returning to Stillwater after a Monday night Dallas Cowboys game, Blackmon was arrested at 3:45 a.m. Using radar, police determined he was going 92 miles per hour in a 60 mph zone.
After the 2010 incident, which he was suspended one game for, Blackmon seemed remorse in a mid-week press conference.
"I made a mistake and I take full responsibility for it," Blackmon said at the time. "I'm embarrassed to be in this position. I am truly sorry to my family, to my friends and Oklahoma State all together. I look forward to redeeming myself and proving to everybody that this isn't who I am. I'm not this guy and I am humbled by this experience and I will grow from it."
During that press conference, Mike Gundy backed Blackmon and portrayed him as a high character person who had a lapse in judgment.
"It is unfortunate that this happened for him because he really is a very good person," Gundy said at the time. "I wouldn't have an issue with leaving him with my three sons. I'd let him babysit them in a heartbeat. He is a very caring person that has made a mistake.”
Blackmon just completed one of the greatest two-year runs in Oklahoma State history, combining for 232 catches, 3,304 yards and 38 touchdowns. He was the second player in history to win two Biletnikoff Awards, given to the nation’s best wide receiver. Texas Tech’s Michael Crabtree was the other.
Blackmon has been competing in offseason rookie activities as a member of the Jaguars, but he is still yet to sign a contract.