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Ex-NBA Player Darius Miles Arrested For Bringing Loaded Gun Through Airport Security

by Robert Littal | Posted on Wednesday, August 3rd, 2011
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Guns and Airport doesn’t mix like Jay Cutler and marriage.

I am not sure what Darius Miles was thinking.  Maybe he was thinking about all the money he stole while playing very average during his time in the NBA and forgot about the gun.

Either way he was arrested here are the details.

Miles, 29, was arrested about 3:30 p.m. after Transportation Security Administration personnel discovered the weapon during an X-ray screening at the airport, according to information from a TSA spokeswoman and a jail official. Miles was arrested by St. Louis Airport police, then booked into the St. Louis County jail in Clayton later Wednesday evening.

It was unclear whether the loaded gun was found inside luggage or whether Miles had been carrying the weapon. The weapon was discovered at the Concourse A checkpoint. Authorities did not say what type of gun was seized.

Miles was booked about 8:30 p.m. on suspicion of unlawful use of a weapon, authorities said. He was to be booked and released pending application of a warrant on a formal criminal charge. He was not required to post bond.

Maybe just an honest mistake, but why does Darius Miles need to be carrying loaded guns around or anyway?

Does he think Shaq or Braylon Edwards coming after him?


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  1. Ex-NBA Player Larry Hughes Arrested For Bringing Loaded Gun Through Airport Security: Source: blacksportsonline…. http://bit.ly/qvv54a

  2. LB says:

    Dang…he’s 29 and out of the league already huh….

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