Marcus Jordan Arrested For Disorderly Conduct

Mar 14, 2012; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Central Florida Knights head coach Donnie Jones talks with guard Marcus Jordan (5) during the second half against the Drexel Dragons during the first round of the 2012 NIT at Daskalakis Athletic Center. Drexel defeated Central Florida 81-56. Mandatory Credit: Howard Smith-US PRESSWIRE

Marcus Jordan, son of Michael Jordan, was arrested early on Sunday morning for an altercation outside of a hotel. It reportedly took multiple officers to subdue him.

Marcus Jordan, Central Florida basketball star and son of Michael Jordan, was arrested early on Sunday morning outside of a hotel in Omaha, Nebraska. Police arrived at the scene at 2:11 a.m. local time, at a hotel in downtown Omaha, where Jordan was found arguing with two women in the driveway of the hotel.

Multiple officers attempted to subdue Jordan, but he was reportedly "very animated, intoxicated and uncooperative." Police booked Jordan for resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and obstructing, and he has since been released.

Jordan, a guard, is going to be a senior at UCF this season. He's been a contributor to the team in each of his three years there, with his best season coming as a sophomore, when he averaged 15.7 points per game. He had a slight dip in production last season, but was expected to be one of the team's key players in the upcoming 2012-13 basketball season.

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