Steve Francis busted for drunken driving and over speeding in Houston
Houston police recently took former NBA player Steve Francis into custody due to allegations that he was driving a vehicle with excessive speed while under the influence of intoxicants, a report of The Washington Post stated on November 22.
According to reports, on November 19, the 39-year-old former player for Houston Rockets was spotted by police driving a vehicle with a speed of 88 mph on a road with an allowable speed limit of 65 mph. Apprehending officers told reports that Francis refused to do a field sobriety test, however, they noted that he displayed several signs he consumed alcohol recently. Reports revealed that Francis is likely to face other charges in relation to a June burglary incident where he was suspected of taking valuables inside a parked vehicle.
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