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Drug bust threatens driver's career
NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series driver Aaron Fike and his fiancee were arrested over the weekend in Mason, Ohio, on drug possession charges and his future in the series remains in doubt. According to officials in Lebanon, Ohio, Fike and his fiancee, Cassandra Davidson, were arrested Saturday afternoon and both are being held without bond on charges of possession of drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia. According to TV stations in the Cincinnati area, Fike and his fiancee were arrested in the parking lot of the Kinds Island amusement park after Fike struck a Kings Island security officer with the side mirror of his car and he drove away. According to WCPO TV, when Mason, Ohio, police arrived on the scene, they said they found heroin inside his sport utility vehicle, as well as syringes and spoons with residue.
I have to say that i hope NASCAR kick him to the curb. First off it's Illegal. There should be no distinction between the average guy down the street and the guy making millions. You fail a drug test at most jobs you get fired. Why should they be treated any diffrently. People claim its a breach of contract. Then it should be written into them from the start. This happens because they make people money and we as fans want to see people win, score touchdowns or the like. Should we allow this type of behaviour simply to make a few bucks or enjoy our team/Athlete win a game?