Former NBA player Darius Miles is facing a felony charge for allegedly trying to take a loaded gun through security at Lambert Airport in St. Louis.
St. Louis County prosecutors charged Miles with unlawful use of a weapon on Friday, about two months after his Aug. 3 arrest. Messages left with Miles' attorney, Scott Rosenblum, were not returned.
Bond was set at $15,000 and Miles was freed Monday after posting 10 percent of the bond.
Former NBA player Darius Miles has been arrested after security officers found him carrying a loaded gun atLambert Airport in St. Louis.
Transportation Security Administration workers discovered the gun in X-ray screening Wednesday afternoon.
Ginna Jones, a bonding specialist at the St. Louis County jail, says Miles was booked then released Wednesday. No charges have been filed.
Miles' phone number is not listed and his attorney did not respond to messages.
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