(Photo courtesy of KTAR): Arizona Cardinals tight end Ricky Seals-Jones was arrested in Scottsdale in July on suspicion of assault, disorderly conduct and criminal trespassing, after attempting to enter the W Hotel to use the restroom and refusing to leave the hotel.
Charles Barkley - Former Phoenix Suns All-Star Charles Barkley was arrested for DUI and running a redlight in 2009. According to TMZ, Barkley told officers he was in a hurry to pick up a girl when he ran the redlight.
Former Arizona Cardinals player Michael Floyd was arrested on Dec 12, 2016, for DUI in Scottsdale after police say he was found at an intersection asleep at the wheel.
Jason Kidd - In 2001 Former Suns player Jason Kidd was arrested for domestic violence after his wife told police he hit her during an argument. ESPN reports Kidd paid a fine and was ordered to take anger management classes after a guilty plea.
Tom Chambers - Former Phoenix Suns player Tom Chambers was arrested for DUI on December 11, 2013 in Scottsdale. Police allegedly saw Chambers weaving in a bicycle lane before pulling him over. Chambers is a current broadcaster for the Suns.
Marcel Shipp - Former Arizona Cardinals running back Marcel Shipp was arrested on February 18, 2018 for domestic violence. Shipp is accused of pushing or hitting a woman, causing her to fall over while at the Scottsdale Entertainment District.
Arizona Cardinals receiver Christian Kirk was arrested at the TPC in Scottsdale in February of 2017. Kirk was allegedly part of a group of people throwing rocks at vehicles. Kirk had been facing charges of criminal damage of a vehicle but charges were dropped after he agreed to pay for damages.
Michael Beasley - Former Phoenix Suns player Michael Beasley was arrested for possession of marijuana on August 6, 2013 in Scottsdale during a traffic stop. The arresting officer said he could smell marijuana as he approached the vehicle, driven by Beasley before a search was conducted.
Marquis Bundy - Arizona Cardinals receiver Marquis Bundy was arrested in April of 2017 after he allegedly failed to obey a police officer outside of a Scottsdale nightclub. Police say Bundy was upset about a missing hat while intoxicated and refused to leave before being arrested.
Yasmany Tomas - Arizona Diamondbacks outfielder Yasmany Tomas was arrested on January 18, 2018 for aggressive speeding. Tomas was allegedly pulled over by DPS after going 105 miles per hour on the Loop 101. Tomas is currently playing for the D-backs AAA affiliate in Reno, NV.
Richard Panik - Arizona Coyotes player Richard Panik was arrested on April 8, 2018 for criminal trespassing when he allegedly refused to leave the entrance of a bar in Scottsdale. Police say he appeared to be intoxicated during the incident.
Mark Grace - Former Arizona Diamondbacks player Mark Grace was arrested for DUI in 2011 and in 2012, both in Scottsdale. He served work release while housed at Tent City and was let go from his broadcasting job with the D-backs. He has since been brought back as an announcer after serving in several coaching positions with the team.
Donovan McNabb - Donovan McNabb was arrested in July of 2014, and June of 2015 in the Valley, both times for DUI. McNabb served 18 days in tent city and was under house arrest for several months after that.
Daryl Washington - Former Arizona Cardinals linebacker Daryl Washington was arrested in July of 2014, accused of injuring the mother of his child during a fight. Washington was sentenced to one year of probation following a guilty plea.
PJ Tucker - Former Phoenix Suns forward P.J. Tucker was arrested for extreme DUI in July 2014 in Scottsdale. He served three days in jail in addition to probation and fines.
Warren Sapp - Warren Sapp, an NFL Hall of Famer, was arrested the night of the NFL Super Bowl in February 2015 in Glendale, accused of soliciting a prostitute and assault.
Markieff Morris - Former Phoenix Suns players Marcus and Markieff Morris were found not guilty in an aggravated assault trial, dating to a 2015 incident outside a gym where a man claimed the two helped a group of people assault him.
Marcus Morris - Former Phoenix Suns players Marcus and Markieff Morris were found not guilty in an aggravated assault trial, dating to a 2015 incident outside a gym where a man claimed the two helped a group of people assault him.
Brittney Griner - Phoenix Mercury star Brittney Griner and her fiance, WNBA player Glory Johnson, were both arrested in 2015 for disorderly conduct after the two got into a physical fight.
Glory Johnson - Phoenix Mercury star Brittney Griner and her fiance, WNBA player Glory Johnson, were both arrested in 2015 for disorderly conduct after the two allegedly got into a physical fight.
Keelan Johnson - July 22, 2014 - Former Philadelphia Eagles and ASU football player Keelan Johnson was arrested in July of 2014, accused of shoving an officer during a scuffle outside a Mill Avenue bar. Johnson was sentenced to two-month probation after a guilty plea.
Richard Dumas - Former Suns player Richard Dumas was arrested in 2013 as part of a U.S. Marshall’s investigation into a shoplifting ring. Dumas was accused of stealing over $800 in items from a Luke Air Force Base store. Dumas was given three years of probation as part of a plea agreement.
Jonathan Dwyer - Former Arizona Cardinals running back Jonathan Dwyer was arrested in September of 2014 in Tempe for disorderly conduct after being accused of breaking his wife’s nose and throwing a shoe at his son. Dwyer was sentenced to 18 months probation after a guilty plea.
Bruce Maxwell - Oakland A’s catcher Bruce Maxwell was arrested on Oct 29, 2017, for aggravated assault after he allegedly pointed a gun at a female food delivery driver at a home in Scottsdale.
Tanner Rahier - Tanner Rahier, a former Cincinnati Reds player, plead guilty to throwing rocks at his girlfriend injuring her in Glendale on March 9, 2015. He was sentenced to two years of probation.
Albert Belle - Albert Belle, a five-time MLB All-Star, was arrested on Mar 26, 2018, for DUI and indecent exposure by the Salt River Police Department.
Former Phoenix Suns player Rex Chapman was arrested on September 22, 2014, for stealing from nine Apple stores.