Craig Ehlo, the former NBA guard, was arrested on a first-degree reckless burning and domestic violence charge early Thursday morning according to a report in the Spokane-Review.
From the Review:
Spokane County sheriff’s deputies arrested Ehlo, 51, on charges of first-degree reckless burning, domestic violence, according to the sheriff’s office. He was booked into Spokane county jail at 7:36 a.m.
The charge is a Class C felony.
The report provides few other details about the incident and arrest.
From the Washington State Legislature, “reckless burning” is defined as:
A person is guilty of reckless burning in the first degree if he or she recklessly damages a building or other structure or any vehicle, railway car, aircraft, or watercraft or any hay, grain, crop, or timber whether cut or standing, by knowingly causing a fire or explosion.
Ehlo, 51, played in the NBA 14 seasons and his most memorable moment came when Michael Jordan drained a game-winning jumper in his face during the 1989 playoffs.