One of the sons of former Major League Baseball star pitcher Roger Clemens was arrested in Houston early Tuesday on a drunk driving charge, police said.
Kory Allen Clemens, 30, was pulled over after officers reportedly observed him speeding down a street and running a red light.
Officers said Clemens showed signs of being intoxicated, prompting authorities to summon a special DWI officer to the scene to perform a field sobriety test, Houston police spokesman John Cannon said.
Clemens was charged with a DWI offense and released on $100 bond. If he’s convicted, he could spend up to six months in jail and be fined up to $2,000.
Kory is one of the baseball legend’s four sons.
The Associated Press contributed to this report