U.S Commerce Secretary John Bryson won”t face charges after allegedly crashing into two cars in L.A. last month … and fleeing the scene — because the D.A. has rejected his hit-and-run case.
As we previously reported, Bryson was found unconscious in his Lexus after allegedly smashing his Lexus into two cars — miles apart from each other.
According to the D.A.”s charge evaluation sheet, doctors believe Bryson suffered his seizure following the first accident — and the disorienting experience caused accident #2.
The D.A. says Bryson”s blood tested negative for alcohol and controlled substances, but positive for a low level of Ambien — too low for a DUI charge.
Bryson had been cited for hit-and-run after he was taken to a nearby hospital following the accidents — but today, the D.A. rejected the case due to insufficient evidence … both for hit-and-run and DUI.
Translation: Bryson”s in the clear.
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