West Virginia coach Bob Huggins was arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence in Pittsburgh on Friday night, according to the police blotter on the city of Pittsburgh's official website. The arrest account from the Pittsburgh Police Department identifies "Robert Huggins, 69, of Morgantown, West Virginia" as the offender. 

According to the criminal complaint, Huggins recorded a blood alcohol level of .210 and empty beer cans were found inside trash bags in the vehicle. 

Below is more on the incident, according to the police report.

"Just before 8:30 p.m, Pittsburgh Police from Zone 1 observed a black SUV on Merchant Street off of Ridge Avenue in the middle of the road, blocking traffic. The driver's side door was open and the vehicle had a flat and shredded tire. Officers directed the male driver on how best to move off the road so they could help with the flat tire. When they observed him having difficulty maneuvering the SUV to allow vehicles to pass, they activated their lights to pull him over. Upon questioning, officers had strong suspicion to believe the male was intoxicated.