According to mlive.com, former Michigan Wolverine and DetroitPiston Loy Vaught was arrested inside the Gerald R. Ford International Airport in Grand Rapids, Michigan Saturday morning.
Vaught, who played at East Kentwood High School before helping Michigan win the 1989 National Championship, was taken into custody by airport police after he “allegedly caused a disturbance in a passenger terminal building” according to airport spokesman Bruce Schedlbauer.
Schedlbauer said that Vaught was arrested based on his behavior and nothing in his possession, but he would not elaborate.
Following the arrest, Vaught was booked at the Kent County Jail before being released on Sunday.
State police records show that police requested two misdemeanor warrants.
So pretty much, Vaught was either being drunk and disorderly in an airport (a definite no-no) or perhaps he was singing the Michigan fight song in public. Either way, it definitely sounds like he was deserving of a couple misdemeanors.