WWE’s Jack Swagger found guilty of DUI and speeding

WWE’s Jack Swagger found guilty of DUI and speeding

WWE Superstar Jack Swagger had been found guilty of DUI other and speeding at a trial in Gulfport Municipal Court.

Judge Felicia Dunn-Burke dismissed a possession charge, but Swagger was sentenced to six months probation, $500 fine and court costs. A two-day jail sentence was suspended.

Swagger was accused of driving under the influence of marijuana.

Gulfport police said they pulled him over for speeding In February and found a small amount of the drug in his car. Police stopped him about 90 minutes after he had taped WWE SmackDown at the Mississippi Coast Coliseum in Biloxi.

Updated: Tuesday 25 June 2013
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