Earlier today, Iowa guard Peter Jok was arrested for driving his moped with a license that was suspended or revoked, a charge that could carry a maximum sentence of a year in jail. This was Jok’s second arrest, as he was booked in May for drunk driving, which led to his license getting revoked. According to CBS 2 Iowa, “police pulled Jok over on his moped just before midnight for an improper rear light and failure to have a safety flag attached to his moped.”
After the arrest, Hawkeyes coach Fran McCaffery released a statement saying that his sophomore guard is suspended indefinitely, and that the team will “monitor his progress.”
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Jok was a three-star recruit on Rivals who averaged 4.4 points in 9.4 minutes per game for the Hawkeyes last year.