Former Oklahoma State basketball coach Sean Sutton was arrested and spent the night in jail for allegedly trying to obtain prescription painkillers from out of state. Authorities said he appeared to be suffering withdrawal symptoms before he was released Friday.
Sutton, 41, was arrested Thursday night, hours after he arrived to pick up a shipment of painkillers under another person’s name, said Mark Woodward, a spokesman for the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs. A probable cause affidavit from bureau Agent Brian Surber said he spoke with Sutton at the jail Friday morning.
“I noticed Sutton’s profusely sweating and appearing in discomfort and asked him if he was experiencing withdrawals.” Sutton told the agent that “he was feeling symptoms of withdrawal and was going to ‘tough it out.’”
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