Louis basketball team bus stolen after loss

Edmister recorded a 0.22 blood alcohol content, which is more than five times above the legal limit of 0.04 for NY drivers with commercial licenses.

"The motive is unknown".

"With a vehicle that large and her intoxication level, we're actually lucky nothing happened", New York State Trooper James O'Callaghan told ESPN. "I have no idea. That could've been bad". State police said the investigation was ongoing.

A statement Thursday from Grand Tours says the company was "extremely disappointed and troubled" by the behavior of 56-year-old Linda Edmister.

Edmister was later stopped about forty miles away and charged with driving while intoxicated.

Meanwhile, the delayed Billikens became a social media hit.

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The team's Twitter accounted posted a photo of players playing cards while they waited.

National sporting news outlets picked up the coverage, less than a week after the Bonnies lost to Virginia Commonwealth University after fans prematurely stormed the court and caused a controversial technical foul to force overtime.

The St. Louis University basketball team was able to get another bus and drive back to the university. According to a tweet from the St. Louis team, it was the Global Positioning System on a player's iPhone that led the authorities to the bus.

Matt Mobley had 19 points, six boards, and five assists for St. Bonaventure (14-8, 7-4 Atlantic 10).

It was a Billikens player who cracked the case.

  • Lawrence Cooper