NORRISTOWN, Pa. (AP) - A son of Philadelphia Eagles coach Andy Reid, already in jail on a road rage charge, pleaded guilty Thursday to DUI and drug charges stemming from a separate incident.
Britt Reid, 22, was charged with driving under the influence of a controlled substance and drug possession after he drove into a shopping cart in a parking lot in August.
An employee at a sporting goods store alerted authorities when Reid had difficulty locating his vehicle after leaving the store. After he got into his truck, he ran into the cart and was arrested.
Reid was out on bail on the road rage charge at the time. He pleaded guilty to flashing a gun at another motorist in an early 2007 incident and was sentenced in November to eight to 23 months in prison.
Britt Reid's older brother, Garrett Reid, 24, was also sentenced in November for an unrelated DUI crash that injured another motorist. Garrett Reid also faces charges he smuggled nearly 90 pills into prison the week he was sentenced.

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