Atlanta Braves slugger Marcell Ozuna was captured Saturday on charges of exasperated attack by strangulation and battery after cops said they saw him assaulting his better half.
An assertion from the Sandy Springs Police Department in Georgia said officials reacted to an emergency call Saturday evening and entered a home where the front entryway was open and they heard shouting coming from inside.
The assertion said officials saw Ozuna get his better half by the neck and toss her against a divider.
“Notwithstanding the strangulation endeavors, the speculate likewise hit the casualty with his arm which has a cast from a past physical issue,” the assertion said.
“The casualty had apparent wounds, however was not moved to the clinic,” the police report said.
Ozuna has been set up for Fulton County Jail. An evident photograph of his capture was posted by a client on Twitter. Sandy Springs is a suburb of Atlanta.
Significant League Baseball’s Department of Investigations intends to audit the matter under the joint aggressive behavior at home strategy set up among MLB and the players affiliation.
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“We learned of Marcell Ozuna’s capture recently and quickly educated the Commissioner’s Office,” the Braves said in an explanation. “The Braves completely support Major League Baseball’s arrangement on abusive behavior at home which stresses to the fullest that our general public can’t and won’t endure aggressive behavior at home in any structure. Until the examination is finished, we will have no further remark and all investigations into the matter ought to be alluded to the Office of the Commissioner.”