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 Posted: Mon Jun 5th, 2017 01:31 am
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Former NBA player and head coach Derek Fisher was arrested on suspicion of DUI early on Sunday morning after an accident that resulted in his vehicle being overturned, according to the Los Angeles Daily News.

Former Basketball Wives reality star Gloria Govan was in the vehicle with Fisher, though both were uninjured.

According to the Daily News report, Fisher veered into the paved right shoulder before hitting a raised concrete curb and a guardrail. That caused the vehicle to flip onto its back and block two lanes on the northbound 101 Freeway in California.

Fisher and Govan—who was previously married to NBA player Matt Barnes, Fisher's former teammate on the Los Angeles Lakers—have reportedly been dating since Oct. 2015.

Fisher, 42, played for 18 seasons in the NBA, winning five titles with the Lakers. He also had stints with the Golden State Warriors, Utah Jazz, Oklahoma City Thunder and Dallas Mavericks.

He also was the head coach of the New York Knicks between 2014-16, going 40-96 before being fired in his second season.

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As Oregon State squares off against Vanderbilt in the NCAA Super Regionals this weekend to determine which team will advance to the College World Series, it will do so without its best pitcher.

Luke Heimlich, who was identified as a sex offender by The Oregonian's Danny Moran and Brad Schmidt on Thursday after discovering he pleaded guilty to sexually molesting a 6-year-old female family member in the state of Washington when he was 15, has asked to be excused from the team after his criminal history and status as a sex offender emerged this week.

"I have taken responsibility for my conduct when I was a teenager. As a 16-year-old, I was placed on juvenile court probation and ordered to participate in an individual counseling program," Heimlich said in a statement through his attorney, according to Moran. "I'm grateful for the counseling I received, and since then, I realized that the only way forward was to work each day on becoming the best person, community member and student I can possibly be. I understand that many people now see me differently, but I hope that I can eventually be judged for the person I am today.

"I'm so proud of our team's accomplishment and don't want to be a distraction. Therefore, I've respectfully requested to be excused from playing at this time."

Related: Teams reportedly won't draft Oregon State pitcher due to sex offender status

The 21-year-old junior was Oregon State's top starter in 2017. In 16 starts this season, Heimlich went 11-1 and posted a 0.76 ERA - the best such mark in the nation.

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Former NBA player Sebastian Telfair was arrested Sunday morning on gun possession-related charges, Jonathan Dienst and Ida Siegal of NBC 4 New York report.

Telfair and Jami Thomas were reportedly found with four loaded weapons, ammunition, two bags of marijuana, and a bullet-proof vest after they were pulled over by police in Brooklyn, N.Y.

Telfair was sentenced to three years probation in 2008 after pleading guilty to criminal possession of a weapon.

The 32-year-old struggled to live up to the hype after he was drafted out of high school in 2004, averaging 7.4 points, 3.5 assists, and 1.6 rebounds over 564 career games.

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2nd year Bills defensive lineman Adolphus Washington was arrested for improperly concealing a firearm outside of a water park. He sucked as a 3rd round rookie last year and was already just considered depth.

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LAF wrote: 2nd year Bills defensive lineman Adolphus Washington was arrested for improperly concealing a firearm outside of a water park. He sucked as a 3rd round rookie last year and was already just considered depth.I didn't  know if you concealed  your gun "properly " it would have been ok.



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The lawyer for Houston Texans running back D'Onta Foreman released a statement Sunday denying that his client was guilty of a crime after Foreman's arrest on drug and weapon charges.
Jail records show Foreman was arrested early Sunday by University of Texas police and charged with marijuana possession of two ounces or less and unlawfully carrying a weapon.
Foreman's lawyer acknowledged the arrest, but said the gun Foreman was carrying was legally obtained and stored inside Foreman's vehicle, and that the marijuana in the vehicle was in the possession of a passenger and not Foreman.
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Here's a full statement from an Austin attorney who represents Texans RB D'Onta Foreman.pic.twitter.com/np4fOLW5Pt
— Brian Davis (@BDavisAAS) July 16, 2017
The Texans also issued a statement, saying they are aware of the situation and are gathering information.

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Former New York Yankees slugger Danny Tartabull has been arrested after spending five years as a fugitive following a 2011 deadbeat dad conviction, reports TMZ.

The 54-year-old was caught in the strangest way, too, calling police on July 24 to report that his car had been broken into.

When police arrived at Tartabull's apartment in Agoura, Calif., they immediately arrested him and took him to a nearby station, where he's been locked up since.

Tartabull, who was once MLB's highest paid player, was ordered to surrender and serve 180 days in jail after violating his probation in 2012.

He owes more than $275,000 in unpaid child support payments.

Tartabull made close to $33 million during his 14-year career spent mostly with the Kansas City Royals and Yankees.

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The absence of former Boston Red Sox utility man Steve Lyons from NESN broadcasts in recent weeks is due to a domestic battery charge against him stemming from a January incident at his California home, according to Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe.

Lyons, who began serving as a Red Sox analyst on NESN in 2014, is set to go to trial for domestic battery assault in September if attempts to have the charges dismissed are unsuccessful.

Though specifics were not available in a redacted report filed by the Hermosa Beach police, the officer who arrested Lyons at his house Jan. 14 noted that Lyons' girlfriend suffered injuries to her face in an incident that, according to a friend of Lyons' girlfriend, started with verbal sparring and escalated into something physical that she herself did not witness.

Richard Hutton, Lyons' attorney, said the 57-year-old "never laid a hand" on his girlfriend.

"His girlfriend, Stacey, told authorities within 36 hours of the incident that he had never struck her or touched her in an offensive way," Hutton said. "And we expect him to be vindicated either prior to trial or if it goes to a jury trial."

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