Former American player Shawn Kemp, NBA star in the 1990s and six-time ‘All Star’, was arrested this Wednesday for his alleged relationship with a shooting that occurred in Pierce County (Washington), according to the website of the chain ‘ESPN’.
The former Seattle Supersonics power forward, with whom he played in the 1996 Finals with a 4-2 defeat against Michael Jordan’s Chicago Bulls, was booked by authorities for a felony charge of shooting from a vehicle on Wednesday afternoon, pointed out ‘ESPN’.
Hours earlier, the Tacoma Police Department had reported on social media an incident between the occupants of two vehicles near a local shopping center in which shots were fired, although no one was injured and one of the cars had crashed. run away. A weapon had been recovered and an investigation had been opened.
Kemp played 14 seasons in the American league, the first eight, between 1989 and 1997 with the Supersonics where he formed a good pairing with point guard Gary Payton. In addition, he was world champion with his country in 1994.