Michael Jordan’s Son Marcus Arrested For Disorderly Conduct, Resisting Arrest

Marcus Jordan is not being “like Mike” after being arrested on early Sunday morning outside of a hotel in Omaha, Nebraska.

According to the Omaha World-Herald Michael Jordan’s son was reportedly arguing with two females outside of a hotel at 2:10 AM when an off-duty officer who was working security for the hotel called in reinforcements.

Marcus, a member of the University of Central Florida’s basketball team was said to be intoxicated and arguing. Once approached by local authorities Marcus Jordan became uncooperative and it eventually took the work of several police officers to handcuff the 6 foot 3 205 pound b-ball player and haul him away for booking.

Jordan was eventually booked in the Douglas County Department of Corrections and charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrested.

Marcus Jordan has since been released and will return to court at a yet to be disclosed time.


The Washington Post got its hands on the official police report which called Marcus Jordan “very animated, intoxicated and uncooperative.”

It is unclear at this time how officials at the University of Central Florida will react to the incident. Marcus Jordan was a rising star last season, averaging 13.7 points a game for UCF during his junior year.

Marcus’ dad has not responded for comment at this time and University officials likely won’t provide a statement until normal operations resume on Monday.

Do you think Marcus Jordan should be faced with a suspension for his off-season activities in Omaha?