The alleged hitman in “Tiger King” was arrested in us-regions Wednesday night on suspicion of DUI, driving with a suspended license, and having drinks” target=”_blank”>alcohol< into the Beaufort County Detention Center shortly before midnight, according to jail records.
Major Bob Bromage of the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office told Fox News that the DUI arrest came after a “traffic stop on Lady’s Island Drive for defective vehicle equipment.”
‘TIGER KING’ STAR CAROLE BASKIN CLAIMS JOE EXOTIC RIVALRY WAS ‘FABRICATED’ FOR NETFLIX SHOW
Glover claimed in netflix” target=”_blank”>Netflix’s< that Glover was arrested in an us-regions suburb for actual physical control of a vehicle while allegedly intoxicated in June 2020. Glover acknowledged previous run-ins with law enforcement throughout his life during the documentary.
“I went to prison when I just turned 18,” Glover said in episode 5. “I did my time for that. I’ve had many other encounters with the police, but moving on with life.”
Maldonado-Passage was convicted last year of the murder-for-hire scheme targeting Baskin, as well as killing multiple tigers and selling tiger cubs.
He was sentenced to 22 years in federal prison but a federal appeals court ruled last month that the sentence should be shortened due to a miscalculation by the trial court.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.