Former NBA player Sebastian Telfair was arrested early Sunday morning on weapons and marijuana related charges in Brooklyn, according to the Washington Post.
Police booked the 32-year-old athlete and another man after finding handguns, a semi-automatic rifle, ammunition, a ballistic vest and weed in the car, during a routine traffic stop.
Telfair was arraigned Sunday night and released on $75,000 bail.
Straight out of college, Telfair was a coveted five-star recruit, ranked as the #2 point guard in the country. He initially committed to the University of Louisville, but later decided to jump straight to the league.
The Coney Island native was a promising first round draft pick back in ’04 when he was selected by the Portland Trailer Blazers. He later played for the Boston Celtics, Minnesota Timberwolves and several other teams before hanging up his jersey in China in 2014.
This isn’t Telfair’s first run in with the law— he was similarly arrested in 2007 with another friend when the cops found a loaded handgun. He’d later plead guilty and was sentenced to three years of probation.
Where were you going, man?