UNC cager suspended for reckless driving charge
University of North Carolina’s (UNC) P.J. Hairston was suspended by his coach hours after he was pulled over for reckless driving, a report from USA Today said on July 29.
The 20-year-old leading scorer for UNC was cited for speeding, and careless and reckless driving after he was pulled over by a State Highway Patrol officer while heading southbound on Interstate 85 around 4 p.m. According to UNC coach Roy Williams, Hairston would face serious consequences for the “serious mistakes” he committed.
Charges of illegal possession of marijuana and driving without a license that were filed against Hairston last month were dismissed recently after he complied with court conditions, according to a Durham County court clerk.
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