Former NBA player Jerome Beasley, 30, was arrested on a warrant without incident last week for failing to make child support payments. Beasley was spotted by a member of the University of North Dakota Police Department playing basketball on campus and taken into custody immediately.
Local newspaper, the Grand Forks Herald, reports that Beasley supposedly owes $6,651 in back payments. This amount has not been confirmed or denied by the basketball player who did not return a phone call from the Associated Press that had been left for him at the county jail.
Beasley played briefly in the NBA for the Sioux Falls Skyforce and the Dakota Wizards, in addition to some time spent playing overseas.
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