The voice of "Sunday Night Football" is due in court on June 26
NBC Sports "Sunday Night Football" announcer Al Michaels has been arrested on suspicion of drunken driving, according to police.
Santa Monica police spokesman Thomas McLaughlin said that Michaels was taken into custody Friday night but provided no additional details.
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NBC "is aware of the situation," a spokesman told the Associated Press, and has been in contact with Michaels.
An Emmy Award winner, Michaels moved to NBC in 2007 after nearly three decades at ABC Sports, where he called "Monday Night Football' for 19 years. He also called the U.S.-Soviet Union "Miracle on Ice" game at the 1980 Winter Olympics.
Michaels, 68, is scheduled for a June 26 appearance at Los Angeles Municipal Court