Passengers Injured in Jon Jones' DWI Crash

By Lindsay Nielsen

May 30, 2012 Updated May 31, 2012 at 4:17 AM EDT

Binghamton, NY (WBNG Binghamton) Action News learns new information about the crash involving UFC light heavyweight champion, Jon Jones.

In court Tuesday, Jones pled guilty to DWI, but was he driving alone?

According to police reports, there were two women riding in Jon Jones' 2012 Bentley when he hit a telephone pole on Binghamton's west side early in the morning on May 19.

Both were injured.

Cara Johnson, 25, was in the front passenger seat and Michele Vojtisek, 25, was sitting in the back passenger seat.

When Jones crashed, air bags deployed.

Vojtisek suffered bruising and cuts on the right side of her face, one above her eye and one below.

Johnson got a nosebleed and complained of shoulder pain.

She also had bruising from a seat belt.

Both women were treated at Wilson Hospital.

Officers say Jones speech was slurred, he was unsteady on his feet, and it was evident he was intoxicated.

Jones refused a field sobriety test and a breathalyzer.

He pled guilty to DWI Tuesday in Binghamton City Court as part of a plea deal and will be back in court for sentencing on June 19.