Hope Amelia Solo is an American former soccer goalkeeper. She was a goalkeeper for the United States women’s national soccer team from 2000 to 2016, and is a World Cup champion and two-time Olympic gold medalist.
Hope Solo: Mug Shot, Husband, Winston Salem, Wilkes County, DWI
Former US women’s national team star goalkeeper Hope Solo was arrested in North Carolina after she was found outside behind the wheel of a vehicle with her 2-year-old twins, police said.
A police report said Solo was arrested Thursday in the parking lot of a shopping center in Winston-Salem and charged with impaired driving, resisting a public official, and child abuse. Reports indicate that he has been released from prison.
Rich Nichols, a Texas-based attorney who represents Solo, released a statement Friday but didn’t respond to specific questions on the charges and said his client wouldn’t respond, either.
Jerramy Ryan Stevens is a former American football tight end. Solo, who lives in Wilkes County, was arrested on Thursday on charges of driving while impaired and resisting arrest.
The couple have been married since November 2012 and have two children together: Lozen and Vittorio, two-year-old twins.
“My husband and I get to practice equality as a boy and a girl from the very beginning,” she said while co-hosting the beIN Sports Weekend Winners show in 2019.
He played college football at Washington and was drafted by the Seattle Seahawks in the first round of the 2002 NFL Draft. Stevens played for the Seahawks and for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Retired American football star Hope Solo has been arrested for driving in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, police confirmed Friday to KTLA sister station WGHP.
Solo, who lives in Wilkes County, was arrested Thursday on charges of impaired driving and resisting arrest.
The Winston-Salem Police Department confirmed that they arrested Hope Amelia Stevens in the parking lot of a Winston-Salem business on Parkway Village Circle on Thursday.
Former US soccer team goaltender Hope Solo was arrested in North Carolina for allegedly driving while intoxicated and resisting arrest, and police say his two-year-old twins were in the vehicle when he was pulled over.
The two-time Olympic gold medalist and World Cup winner was arrested in a Walmart parking lot in Winston-Salem before being processed at the Forsyth County Jail.
Solo, 40, arrested for DWI and resisting child abuse.