On October 5th at 2:30 a.m., a car driven by Florida State cornerback P.J. Williams turned across oncoming traffic and was struck. Williams and his two passengers—which included Ronald Darnby, FSU's other starting cornerback—fled the scene on foot. They later returned but Williams, who was driving with a suspended license, wasn't tested for alcohol. The police reports don't note whether Tallahassee police asked Williams whether he'd be drinking or why he and his passengers ran away, nor did it note that the airbag deployed in the other driver's car, cutting and bruising his hands. Williams was only given two tickets.
All of this is from a New York Times story, which follows up on their blockbuster report from last month detailing how Tallahassee and FSU police have protected Seminole football players for years. They don't investigate thoroughly, they don't include routine information in their reports, and they extend a benefit of the doubt that they rarely give other offenders.