According to the Buffalo News, Darris Kilgour, the former head coach of the NLL’s Buffalo Bandits, was arrested this month on charges of harassment and menacing.
He was charged on June 7 for second-degree harassment, menacing and endangering a child. Kilgour had, according to the report, gone to his estranged wife’s home to drop off their son. The report said that he had been drunk at 9 am, when he dropped him off, and was upset that her boyfriend was at the house.
Kilgour has faced legal troubles before, being arrested for drunk driving in 2011 and in October 2013 for speeding. He was the head coach of the Bandits from 2003-2013 and was not re-hired by the team before 2014, when they opted to hire Troy Cordingley, who had just been fired by the Toronto Rock.
Kilgour is a member of the NLL Hall of Fame since 2007 for his time as a player with Buffalo, Rochester and Albany. He had 312 career points in 76 games.