The six-time All-Star was booked in Pierce County, Wash., on Wednesday evening.
Former NBA All-Star forward Shawn Kemp was booked on a drive-by shooting charge Wednesday evening after an altercation in Tacoma, Wash., according to Pierce County Corrections Department records.
Kemp, 53, played for the SuperSonics, Cavaliers, Trail Blazers and Magic over the course of a 14-year NBA career.
“No injuries were reported” and “a gun was recovered” in the altercation, according to a Wednesday evening tweet by Tacoma police. The tweet was sent two minutes after Kemp was formally booked by the Tacoma Police Department.
Kemp, a prominent figure in the Seattle area with business interests in local restaurants and dispensaries, ranks seventh on the SuperSonics/Thunder franchise all-time scoring list.
During his playing career, he was named to six All-Star and three All-NBA teams and helped Seattle to its final NBA Finals berth in 1996.