A Pitt radio personality had an unfortunate run-in with law enforcement over the weekend, according to a report from the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.

Bill Hillgrove was charged with driving under the influence after he crashed into Ferri’s ShurSave market, a grocery store in Murrysville, and breaking two windows. Hillgrove, who serves as the radio voice for Pitt athletics and the Pittsburgh Steelers, is 80.

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After asking if Hillgrove had been drinking, he responded he “had a couple beers” at Bella Luna in Murrysville. When asked what happened at Ferri’s, Hillgrove responded, “That car just got away from me. I’m telling you that car just got away from me.”

Hillgrove told police he was not asked to show insurance information on scene, noting that he did not have his insurance card available because he was driving a dealer vehicle. Hillgrove added, according to the complaint, that a store employee said similar incidents happen all the time.

No injuries were mentioned in the report.

The Tribune-Review reported that Hillgrove had a blood-alcohol level of 0.16 after taking a breathalyzer. That’s twice the legal limit of 0.08. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Aug. 11.

Hillgrove has worked in broadcasting at Pitt since 1969 and began working with the Steelers in 1994.