MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -In a July 16 story about a sexual assault charge against Minnesota cornerback Dominic Jones, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the alleged victim's blood-alcohol level was tested at more than 0.30 percent.
The woman's blood-alcohol level was estimated at more than 0.30 percent by a physician who based the figure on her height and weight and witness accounts of how much alcohol she drank, according to a criminal complaint from the Hennepin County Attorney's Office.

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