Former Michigan State basketball player Keith Appling is in trouble with the law - again. Police reportedly arrested the troubled former college basketball star last weekend after he was "weaving in and out" of traffic lanes.
During the traffic stop, a police officer noted Appling was "sweating and unsteady." Upon a search of Appling's vehicle, police found a golf ball-sized amount of heroin in a sandwich bag.
Police later revealed Appling had 19 grams of heroin and charged him with delivery or manufacture of less than 50 grams of a controlled substance and driving without a license.
Here's more from the Detroit Free Press:
Appling was pulled over after officers saw his vehicle weaving in and out of lanes, Dwyer said, confirming a report by WXYZ-TV.
Appling was sweating and unsteady, Dwyer said. He was found to have heroin in the car.
A golf ball-sized amount – 19 grams – of heroin was found in a sandwich bag in a pocket of the car, Dwyer confirmed to the Free Press.
It's the latest in a long line of troubling incidents involving the former Michigan State star following his basketball career.
Appling spent a year in jail on a gun charge in 2017. He received five years probation from that incident, which extends until 2022.
That could prove costly for Appling following his latest arrest.