Phoenix forward Josh Jackson, 22, was arrested this weekend at the Rolling Loud music festival in Miami Gardens, Fla., Andy Slater first reported, after repeatedly attempting to enter a VIP area without a proper pass, and then attempting to flee from police after being handcuffed.
Jackson attempted to enter a VIP area at the music festival multiple times without a pass, according to a source of Slater.
Reportedly, Jackson tried to run off on the cops while handcuffed. Jackson's resisting arrest charge is a misdemeanor. Once the officer's attention was focused elsewhere, Jackson took off running, but was later found by other officers. Jackson sat on a nearby golf cart as instructed, but when Manzelli stepped away, Jackson stood up and began to walk away.
The 22-year-old Jackson was selected by the Phoenix Suns with the fourth pick in the 2017 National Basketball Association draft.
Getty Josh Jackson #20 of the Phoenix Suns was arrested this past weekend for escaping and resisting arrest.
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Jackson has a hearing on June 10.
The Suns said they were aware of the incident and were gathering more information.
On the court, Jackson has shot just 42% in his career with the Suns. The fourth overall pick in 2017 averaged 13.1 points and 4.6 rebounds his rookie year.
Jackson also had a confrontation with former Kansas women's player McKenzie Calver in 2016 and was later forced to enter a diversion program after allegedly damaging her auto.