Green Bay Packers’ defensive lineman Letroy Guion is free on a 500-dollar bond after being arrested in Hawaii for driving while intoxicated. Police in Honolulu stopped his vehicle for a traffic violation early Wednesday, his 30th birthday. Officials say his blood alcohol level was point-zero-eight-six, slightly above Hawaii’s minimum for O-W-I of point-zero-eight, and the Packers made no comment on the arrest. In March, the N-F-L gave Guion a four game suspension to start the regular season for violating the league’s performance enhancing drug policy — and he started 2015 with a three game suspension after being fined five-thousand dollars for possessing marijuana in an arrest in Florida. Guion has two years left on his current contract, after he joined the Packers in 2014 following six years with Minnesota — and he’s had eight and one half career sacks.