Derrick Rose: Brother of Chicago Bulls Star Has Warrant Issued for Arrest
Derrick Rose's Brother In Serious Trouble With The Law
Derrick Rose had a really great day on Thursday, leading his Bulls team to a 93-73 win over Atlanta and winning the series 4-2. Friday is not shaping up to be a not-so great day for the NBA MVP as there is an arrest warrant out for his brother Allan after he failed to show up for a court appearance.
Here's the official word on the warrant from the Chicago Sun-Times:
A Cook County judge has issued an arrest warrant for Allan Rose, whose brother is NBA MVP Derrick Rose.
The warrant was issued after Allan Rose, 26, did not appear in court on Tuesday — the same day the Bulls beat the Hawks to take a 3-2 lead in the Eastern Conference semifinals. He was to be in court to face misdemeanor reckless conduct charges stemming from his arrest last month in the North Pullman neighborhood. Allan Rose attended the Bulls game at the United Center on Tuesday.
On April 2 at 12:49 a.m., police responded to a 911 call of a man with a gun at 901 E. 104th, where they found Allan Rose standing in the street, blocking traffic and yelling profanities, according to court records. Allan Rose was arrested and charged with reckless conduct.
Allan Rose has had his share of legal problems in the past. He was arrested in 2002 on cocaine charges, which resulted in probation. This time he will probably not get off that easy.
Certainly, this is not how Derrick Rose wanted to spend his day. He has to get ready for the biggest series of his life while dealing with the stress of wondering what is going to happen with his brother.
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