Suns player P.J. Tucker arrested on charges of drunk driving
NBA basketball player P.J. Tucker was recently charged after an incident last May in which he was arrested and charged with drunk driving, Fox Sports reported on July 28.
Reports coming from the Scottsdale Police said Tucker, 29, had a blood alcohol level of 0.201 when he was stopped by authorities last May 10. Tucker reportedly ran a stop sign and was seen driving dangerously in a popular part of town when authorities pulled him over. Police observed that the Suns’ forward was intoxicated, and Tucker was subsequently charged with “Super Extreme DUI.” Several game suspensions or a month long jail term awaits Tucker if he is convicted of the charge.
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