'Rampage' Jackson makes bail
As reported by FiveOuncesOfPain.com, former UFC light heavyweight champion Quinton "Rampage" Jackson, who was arrested Tuesday in Costa Mesa, Calif., after a series of collisions involving his pickup truck, posted his $25,000 overnight bail and has been released.
Jackson was booked into Orange County Jail for felony evading, hit-and-run and reckless driving, According to Lt. Paul Dondero.
Rampage, who relinquished his UFC belt on July 5 by unanimous decision to Forrest Griffin, plowed his 2008 Ford F-250, complete with his image emblazoned on rear driver- and passenger-side doors, into multiple cars along Highway 55.
A patrol officer attempted to pull Jackson over after he was seen weaving in and out of traffic with a flat front left tire, according to a release issued by the Costa Mesa Police Department. Jackson, 30, continued driving to avoid being stopped. Losing control of the truck, Jackson drove up onto a sidewalk. He continued on, colliding with a vehicle in an intersection and running several red lights.
Eventually, the truck came to a stop and Jackson, who resides in Irvine, was arrested without incident at gunpoint. Photos of the arrest were published on TMZ.com.
Dondero said there were no injuries from the collisions and, according to FiveOuncesOfPain.com, reports of Jackson checking in to a hospital have not been confirmed.
Jackson's trainer, Juanito Ibarra, did not immediately return phone calls from SI.com.