Suns forward Josh Jackson was arrested in Florida over the weekend.
Jackson, 22, was charged with resisting arrest and escape while attending the popular Rolling Loud music festival in Miami.
According to Miami-Dade County police records, obtained by Arizona Sports, Jackson was arrested on a felony charge of escape with a misdemeanor for resisting an officer’s arrest without violence.
Jackson posted a $1,000 bond on Saturday, the report noted, and was assigned a hearing date of June 10.
The incident that led to Jackson’s arrest was first reported by a local radio station.
According to 640 The Hurricane, which cited unidentified sources, Jackson attempted to enter a VIP area without a pass. He was then handcuffed but ran away before police caught up to him again.
SLATER SCOOP: Phoenix Suns forward Josh Jackson was arrested at Rolling Loud music festival in Miami Gardens.
Jackson tried to enter VIP area many times without proper pass, source says.
After cops handcuffed him, he ran away.
He’s charged with escape and resisting arrest. pic.twitter.com/Km8vVNrKQe
— Andy Slater (@AndySlater) May 13, 2019
Arizona Sports noted the Suns have been made aware of the report and are still gathering information.
Jackson, the fourth overall pick in the 2017 draft, just finished his second season in Phoenix. He averaged 11.5 points, 4.4 rebounds and 2.3 assists in 2018-19.