Shawn Kemp, a resigned six-time NBA Elite player, was captured in Washington state on a lawful offense hit and run assault charge, prison records show.
Kemp, who played eight of his 14 seasons with the Seattle SuperSonics, was reserved at a Puncture Province prison not long before 6 p.m. nearby time Wednesday, hours after police say they answered a report of shots discharged at the Tacoma Shopping center in Tacoma, Wash.
“Answering officials decided a fight hosted happened between two gatherings in vehicles,” the Tacoma Police Division said. “One of the drivers shot a few rounds at the inhabitants of the other vehicle. The casualty vehicle escaped the region.”
No wounds were accounted for.
“Officials found the suspect who had shot the shots on Tacoma Shopping center property and confined him without episode,” police said. “A gun was recuperated from the scene.”
Kemp, 53, has not freely remarked, yet sources near him guarantee he discharged a firearm with good reason, as per the Tacoma news station KCPQ. The sources guarantee Kemp followed things taken from his vehicle to Tacoma and that another person took shots at him before he started shooting.
Cellphone video distributed by the television outlet shows a man in a red vest bringing his arms up in what has all the earmarks of being a shopping center parking garage.
The SuperSonics, who turned into the Oklahoma City Roar in 2008, drafted Kemp in the primary round of the 1989 NBA Draft. Kemp likewise played for the Cleveland Cavaliers, Portland Pioneers and Orlando Sorcery, averaging 14.6 focuses and 8.4 bounce back per game across 14 NBA seasons.
Kemp, who resigned in 2003, was recently captured on drug charges in 2005 and 2006. He currently runs a couple of marijuana dispensaries in the Seattle region.
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