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May 2, 2012 at 10:44 AM

Ex-UW star Doug Wrenn in trouble again

Former Washington standout Doug Wrenn was arrested last month and is being held in the King County Jail while waiting for a May 14 trial to answer chargers for allegedly harassing a former girlfriend.
It’s not the first time Wrenn has ran afoul of the law.
In February 2009, he convicted of two counts of second-degree assault with a handgun after he threatened two people at a Bellevue intersection during a traffic incident in March 2008. Before he was sentenced to a year and a day in prison, Wrenn maintained his innocence in a March 2009 profile.
The former O’Dea High standout played two seasons at UW. As a sophomore in 2001-02, the 6-6 small forward averaged 19.5 points and was voted first-team All-Pac-10. The next season, he averaged 12.7 points under first-year coach Lorenzo Romar.
Years later Wrenn admitted he clashed with Romar, which prompted him to declare for the NBA draft before his senior year. DraftExpress.com ranked him the eighth best athlete at the 2003 NBA combine ahead of Dwyane Wade, but Wrenn was not taken in the draft.
He played professionally in the ABA, Serbia, Iceland, Italy and South Korea.

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