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Rapper Mac Miller Arrested For DUI, Hit And Run

17 May 2018, 10:02 | Regina Holmes

Mac MIller visits at SiriusXM Studio in New York City

Mac MIller Arrested DUI

Mac Miller is in jail.

The outlet says that the Pittsburgh native was driving in the San Fernando Valley area around 1 A.M. when he hit the pole and knocked it down. Miller and two passengers then allegedly fled the scene on foot.

The news outlet says that Miller had been seen driving his 2016 G-Wagon drunkenly around the San Fernando Valley, after which around 1 AM he rammed his vehicle into a power pole and then made a decision to flee the scene. When cops arrived at the crash site, they were able to run Miller's plates and find out the address listed on his registration.

Mac's bail is set at $15,000 and he is apparently still behind bars at the moment.




One of the arresting officers shared the cooperation of Miller by stating "he was the most polite and nice intoxicated person we've ever seen".

ET has reached out to Miller's rep. And is this in any way related to his recent split from Ariana Grande? As the Inquisitr reported last week, the couple called it quits after almost two years of dating. We will continue to keep you updated when more news comes forth. Miller kept the caption of the picture simple, using only a heart.

Miller, whose real name is Malcolm James McCormick, was arrested for DUI at his home an hour later.



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