Former Mike Tyson punching bag and godfather of Tiny Tick, Peter McNeeley is in trouble with the law, after reportedly being arrested as the driver of a get away car:
STOUGHTON, Mass. (AP) Former heavyweight boxer Peter McNeeley is in trouble with the law again.
Police in Stoughton say McNeeley has been charged as an accessory in the early-morning robbery of a Walgreen's drug store.
Another man, identified as Robert Perry of Norwood, has been charged with armed robbery.
After the robbery, Canton police pulled over Perry and McNeeley in a vehicle driven by McNeeley. Both men face arraignment today in Stoughton District Court.
Police recovered 180 dollars in cash, but say no weapon was found.
McNeeley's biggest claim to fame as a boxer was his 1995 bout with Mike Tyson, which lasted only 89 seconds.
McNeeley would later acknowledge drug and alcohol abuse. In March, he was arrested for allegedly punching a man and stealing his wallet outside a Norwood bar. ^