Detroit Red Wings prospect Riley Sheahan pled guilty on Thursday morning to drunk driving charges that stemmed from his arrest on Oct. 30, according to a clerk at the 61st District Court in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Sheahan pleaded guilty to operating a vehicle with a blood-alcohol level higher than 0.17, which falls under Michigan's new "Super Drunk" DUI law. The then 20-year-old reportedly had a blood-alcohol level of 0.30.
In addition to his level of intoxication, Sheahan was driving the wrong-way on a one-way street and was in possession of Grand Rapid Griffins' teammate Brendan Smith's identification. Smith is 23-years-old and Sheahan explained that he used the ID to gain admittance to bars.
The charges of displaying or using false identification and driving the wrong-way on a one-way street were dismissed on Thursday.
As part of his guilty plea, Sheahan will pay a $1,325 fine, complete 49 hours on a work crew, attend victim impact classes and serve 12 months of probation.