Worn Chicago Bears good Dan Hampton, shown at his 2002 induction into the Pro Soccer Hall of Repute in Canton, Ohio. File Report by John Turney/Wikimedia Commons
Nov. 27 (UPI) — Police arrested inclined Mammoth Bowl champion and Chicago Bears defensive shatter Dan Hampton on suspicion of impaired driving final week in Northwest Indiana, authorities acknowledged.
Hampton used to be arrested at spherical dead night final Sunday and booked on the Lake County Jail in Crown Point, Ind., on a payment of running a automobile whereas intoxicated, sheriff’s officers confirmed to the Chicago Sun-Cases.
Bail used to be impart at $25,000, and he used to be launched the following morning after he bonded out of detention heart, they acknowledged.
The Lake County prosecutors told The Cases of Northwest Indiana they are pursuing prices against Hampton.
He used to be previously arrested for drunk driving in 2002 and sentenced to a week in detention heart after being elected to the Pro Soccer Hall of Repute earlier that year, CNN reported. He used to be also arrested for driving whereas intoxicated in 1996 and 1997.
All by his time with the Bears, from 1979 to 1990, Hampton used to be selected to four Pro Bowls and helped Chicago buy the Mammoth Bowl against the New England Patriots in 1985. He used to be the second Contain to play in three diverse decades.
Hampton and inclined Chicago Bears defensive shatter Ed O’Bradovich host “The Hamp & O’B Show conceal,” a postgame level to on WGN Radio.