People: Dec. 29, 1986

Call it Lawstyles of the Rich and Famous. Former Auto Magnate John De Lorean, Singer Wayne Newton and New York Mets Pitcher Dwight Gooden all had ; dates with justice last week. Gooden's brush with the law took place in Tampa, where three cars carrying "Doctor K" and six friends were stopped by local police, who said two of the autos were "weaving." The police said a scuffle took place after Gooden grabbed an officer. The pitcher's response was that police hit him with a flashlight, and he fought back. Afterward, a routine test showed that Gooden's blood-alcohol level exceeded legal...

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