Rodman alleged of reckless driving in California
Posted on Wednesday, November 30th, 2016 at 7:22 pm
Misdemeanor charges related to reckless driving were formally filed against Chicago Bulls’ “bad boy” Dennis Rodman in connection to a June incident where he was accused of driving in the wrong way in Santa Ana, a November 21 article of CNN reported.
According to reports, the 55-year-old Hall of Famer was suspected of driving on the opposite lane causing a vehicle to crash. Responding California Highway Patrol personnel told reports that the vehicle struck a concrete wall in an attempt to prevent colliding with Rodman’s vehicle. Instead of coordinating with police, Rodman allegedly drove away and authorities later found out that he was driving with an invalid license. A two-year jail term awaits Rodman if found guilty of the charges filed against him.
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