Former Oakland Raiders and Cal Poly assistant coach Randy Hanson faces assault and battery charges for an Aug. 4 incident in which he allegedly smashed a beer bottle into the face of a man and then locked himself in a limo, the San Luis Obispo Tribune reports.
Hanson, 44, resigned from his latest position at Cal Poly on Aug. 17. He has been charged with two felonies: assault with a deadly weapon (the beer bottle) and battery with serious bodily injury.
Hanson’s arraignment is scheduled for Sept. 5 in San Luis Obispo Superior Court before Judge Michael Duffy.
When police asked the victim, who was sharing a limo with Hanson, about the altercation and why Hanson struck him with a beer bottle, he said it was because Hanson was “crazy drunk.”