The former Major League Baseball pitcher pleaded guilty in July to felony driving under the influence of alcohol and felony driving with a blood-alcohol level exceeding .08. At that time, he was sent to Chino State Prison for a 90-day diagnostic program to see if he was eligible for probation.
The incident — his second DUI — happened on Aug. 15, 2009. Keough was returning to his Coto de Caza home with beer when sheriff's deputies saw him make a "rolling stop" at a stop sign. According to O.C. Sheriff's spokesman Jim Armomino and a report on Wikipedia.org, the deputies tried to pull him over, but Keough drove home and ran inside. Deputies followed him inside and arrested him. His blood-alcohol content was .30 — neary four times the legal limit of .08.
At his court appearance Thursday, Jeana Keough asked the judge to give her husband, whom she's divorcing, probation. She said he would have a strong support network, including two sons, Shane and Colton, who reside at home.
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