LeBron James' mom charged with drunken driving

AKRON, Ohio -- The mother of Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James has been arrested for driving while intoxicated, disorderly
conduct and other charges, police said.

Gloria James, 37, of suburban Green, was pulled over Friday
night by two off-duty officers, said Akron Police Lt. Rick Edwards.

They were working security for the Akron Metropolitan Housing
Authority in an unmarked car when they spotted James, who was alone
in the 2004 Cadillac Escalade, he said.

The officers say James' car "almost hit" the housing authority
car, Edwards said.

"She starts weaving in and out of traffic and passing people on
the right," he said.

The officers said James smelled of alcohol and she appeared to
be disoriented, Edwards said. She struggled with police as they
attempted to put handcuffs on her. They put her in the back seat of
the housing authority car and she kicked out a window, Edwards

James was taken to a police station, where she refused to take
breath or sobriety tests, Edwards said.

She posted a $2,500 bond and was released.

She was charged with reckless operation, speeding for driving 50
mph in a 30-mph zone, operating a vehicle while intoxicated,
disorderly conduct and damaging police equipment.

LeBron James, in Salt Lake City for a game against the Utah
Jazz, declined to comment.

"I don't have all the info of what's going on," he said.
"Once I find that out and once I sit down with my family, you
know, I'll be able to comment on it a little bit better."