Posted by , Nov 22, 2016 at 10:43am
"I just robbed somebody, take me to jail. I'm turning myself in."

Former Houston Rockets' star Steve Francis has had some well-documented struggles since retiring from the NBA and things are seemingly only getting worse. 

According to TMZ, officials in Florida have issued a warrant for Francis' arrest for burglarizing a BMW back in June and they're now looking to extradite him from Houston after learning that he was booked for a DWI over the weekend.

The police reports states that on June 15th, Francis asked a bartender at the Cortez Clam Factory for a flashlight which he then used to break into a BMW and steal a makeup pouch, wallet, gold wedding ring, gold diamond band, earrings, press credentials and $100 in cash.

In total, $7,252 in goods were stolen but just two days later Francis turned himself in to police with a plastic bag containing the stolen items saying, "I just robbed somebody, take me to jail. I'm turning myself in."

Despite the admission, he left without being charged with a crime but now cops want him on a felony burglary charge.

See the video below for more details about his DWI arrest in Houston.

Former Rockets Guard Steve Francis Charged In Florida Burglary

"I just robbed somebody, take me to jail. I'm turning myself in."


Former Houston Rockets' star Steve Francis has had some well-documented struggles since retiring from the NBA and things are seemingly only getting worse. 

According to TMZ, officials in Florida have issued a warrant for Francis' arrest for burglarizing a BMW back in June and they're now looking to extradite him from Houston after learning that he was booked for a DWI over the weekend.

The police reports states that on June 15th, Francis asked a bartender at the Cortez Clam Factory for a flashlight which he then used to break into a BMW and steal a makeup pouch, wallet, gold wedding ring, gold diamond band, earrings, press credentials and $100 in cash.

In total, $7,252 in goods were stolen but just two days later Francis turned himself in to police with a plastic bag containing the stolen items saying, "I just robbed somebody, take me to jail. I'm turning myself in."

Despite the admission, he left without being charged with a crime but now cops want him on a felony burglary charge.

See the video below for more details about his DWI arrest in Houston.

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