Spartan Hoopla: Former Michigan State Standout Zach Randolph Tied in Drug Case
One of Michigan State basketball's most notable one-and-doners could be in murky water with Johnny Law.
Randolph left Michigan State after his freshman year, and was the 19th overall pick by the Portland Trail Blazers in the 2001 NBA Draft.
Arthur Boyd, a 32-year-old Indianapolis man, was pulled over in a Cadillac Escalade on the city's northern side two weeks ago, after leaving a suspected drug dealer's home.
The vehicle, which is registered in Randolph's name, was searched by the police.
Ammunition was reportedly found as well. However, the quantity of narcotics and ammunition was not reported.
Shortly after Boyd was pulled over, police raided a northeast side storage unit that Randolph rented.
Drug dogs detected controlled substances, presumably marijuana, in two of the four lockers in Randolph's containers.
Cars with "hidden compartments" were also seized.
In 2009, the former Spartan star was charged with drunk driving in Los Angeles.
Randolph's laundry list of problems makes Charles Rogers, who was a Spartan football great, look like a model citizen.
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