Sulaimon Brown, a former D.C. mayoral candidate who accused aides to then-candidate Vincent Gray of trying to buy his support, will appear in court Tuesday on traffic charges.
Brown was stopped by police in the in the 600 block of Florida Avenue NW about 1 a.m. Sept. 12. He was ticketed for driving with a broken headlight, and arrested on charges of driving on a suspended Maryland license and failure to obey.
According to the Associated Press, Brown is due in court Tuesday morning for an arraignment on the traffic charges.
Brown has accused Mayor Gray’s campaign officials of giving him money and promising him a job in exchange for helping steer votes away from Adrian Fenty in last year’s mayoral race.
Those allegations are being probed by the U.S. Attorney’s Office.