Seattle Mariners’ Outfielder Milton Bradley Arrested On Felony ChargesJanuary 20th, 2011 - 8:30 pm ICT by GD
By Gina Gomez
Jan 20, (THAINDIAN NEWS) Major League Baseball outfielder for Seattle Mariners, Milton Bradley has been arrested on Tuesday as he made some criminal threats to a woman. The Los Angeles Police spokesman announced the news to the media. However, the law enforcement officials said that the baseball star was booked for sometime and then was released later. Neither Milton Bradley nor his representative has announced anything to the media.
The local media reported that Milton Bradley, reportedly made terrorist threats to a woman. The law enforcement officials arrested him after the terrified woman called up police and informed them about the incident. Officer Gregory Baek said that the law enforcement officials went to his home and arrested him at around 10:40 a.m. However, after seven hours, his bail was posted and then he was released from jail. Seattle Mariner’s executive vice president Jack Zduriencik said that Milton Bradley was arrested and then released from jail.
However, Jack Zduriencik said that the team is still not aware of the incidents that took place but the team officials are aware of the situation and they have taken the matter seriously. In the official statement, the vice president said that the officials are determining the circumstances that occurred on Tuesday and till they gather all the information, they would not be able to comment anything about it. The media outlets reported that previously, Milton Bradley plated for Los Angeles Dodgers in the year 2005 but he had to leave his team when he threw water bottle to a reporter after a violent confrontation. However, his present team has reported that his contract status would remain unchanged even after his arrest.
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