MILWAUKEE (AP) _ Milwaukee Bucks forward Glenn Robinson was cited for disorderly conduct after a weekend incident in which police ticketed vehicles for illegal parking outside a downtown nightclub.

Milwaukee station WTMJ-TV reported Wednesday night that Robinson received citations for disorderly conduct and obstructing the issuance of a citation for refusing to identify himself. They carry a total fine of $222.20.

John Carr, co-owner of the Emerald City nightclub a block from the Bradley Center where the Bucks play their games, said he noticed police were ticketing vehicles at the time Robinson and friends were at the club.

``I saw that they were all being ticketed so I came in and announced that you should move your car if it's parked out in front,'' he said.

According to the news report, officers said Robinson used abusive language, did move his vehicle, refused to give his name and told police to send the citation to the Bradley Center.

Charles Tucker, Robinson's agent, questioned why officers were out ticketing cars in a bus stop at 1:45 a.m. Sunday. He called the incident insignificant.

Police administration offices were closed when The Associated Press called Wednesday evening for information on the report.

Bucks vice president John Steinmiller did not immediately return a message seeking comment.