Cricket

Herschelle Gibbs arrested

2014-12-01 15:02
Herschelle Gibbs (Gallo Images)
Cape Town - Former Proteas batsman Herschelle Gibbs has been arrested on a charge of reckless driving following an accident in Camps Bay on Sunday evening.

According to the Jacaranda FM website, although no injuries were reported, but it is suspected Gibbs, 40, was speeding when he collided with a Toyota.

Western Cape police spokesperson FC van Wyk says the circumstances surrounding the incident are being investigated.


"A case of drunk driving is under investigation. The 40-year-old suspect was arrested at 23:30 on Sunday and will appear in the Cape Town Magistrate's Court on November 25, 2015," Van Wyk confirmed.

According to the People's Post website, Camps Bay police station commander Captain Delicia Isaacs confirmed the incident.

Isaacs confirmed a case docket has been opened and the circumstances around the incident are still under investigation.

Gibbs played 90 Tests for the Proteas as well as 248 ODIs and 23 T20s, he last match coming in 2010.




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