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 Posted: Mon Jul 11th, 2016 11:49 pm
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khawk wrote: which would be stupid as I would assume he could afford to have a driver for that long, unlike regular folk.
This thread kind of proves that not all athletes are SMRT, smart, though!



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lobo316 wrote: CanadianHorseman wrote: from tsn.ca:




Buffalo Sabres centre Ryan O'Reilly has been charged with impaired driving after colliding with a Tim Hortons in Lucan, Ontario. The incident was first reported by London radio station AM980.

Ontario Provincial Police announced Monday O’Reilly was charged after his pickup truck struck a Tim Hortons building early Thursday morning. O’Reilly was also charged with failing to remain at the scene.

Police say a suspect drove the vehicle a ways before abandoning it on foot with another person. O'Reilly is scheduled to face the charges in London court August 20.

The former second rounder signed a seven-year, $52.5 million contract extension with the Buffalo Sabres earlier this month.

The 24-year-old won the Lady Byng Trophy - given to the player adjudged to have exhibited the best type of sportsmanship and gentlemanly conduct combined with a high standard of playing ability – in 2014.



Supposedly the Tim Horton's joint is across the street from the cop shop.

This quote from BuffaloHockeyBeat

“I think it’s going to be a big challenge with me,” O’Reilly said Monday on a conference call. “I think in the past with Colorado I wasn’t really looked at as much of a leader. I think … with the Sabres I have to be a more vocal guy, be that more off-ice leader and on-ice as well."

http://www.buffalohockeybeat.com/ryan-oreilly-wants-leadership-role-with-sabres/





Ryan O'Reilly was cleared in his impaired driving case in London, Ont., on Monday.
The Buffalo Sabres forward was found not guilty after the judge found no reasonable prospect of conviction due to insufficient evidence, according toJane Sims of The London Free Press.
O'Reilly was arrested and charged with impaired driving after allegedly crashing his truck into a Tim Hortons location last summer.
The Crown folded after testimony from only one witness, who had issues identifying the driver of the vehicle, according to The Free Press' Hailey Salvian.
The trial was expected to last two days, but ended in about an hour and a half Monday. It was adjourned multiple times since his arrest last July.

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Evander Kane arrested again.


http://www.hockeybuzz.com/blog/Michael-Pachla/Evander-Kane-arrested-by-Buffalo-police/209/78294







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Former Washington Wizards guard Glen Rice Jr. was arrested in Georgia on Monday after allegedly assaulting a former Tulane University basketball player and running away with two bags in which police found guns.


According to a police report obtained by TMZ, a witness told police that Rice, a former Georgia Tech standout and the son of former All-Star and 15-year NBA veteran Glen Rice, pulled into a supermarket parking lot along with former Tulane guard Jordan Callahan in a white Porsche, then “got out of the car to have a conversation.” That chat allegedly ended with Rice punching Callahan in the face, breaking his jaw and knocking out one of his teeth before grabbing two bags from the Porsche and taking off running down the street:

When cops arrived, they found Callahan in a pool of blood — and the witness pointed to where Rice fled. Cops tracked down Rice and arrested him … and found 2 bags nearby, hidden under leaves.


Inside the bags — 2 guns (an AK-47 assault rifle and a Taurus .38 Special) and a bunch of bullets.
Cops say a 3rd gun was found in the Porsche.


There’s more … cops say Rice also had roughly $2,700 in cash and 6 cell phones on him at the time.
Rice was arrested and booked on charges of felony robbery, aggravated battery and possession of less than an ounce of marijuana, and later released from custody.

Last October, Rice was shot in the left leg during an argument at an Atlanta restaurant. In the resulting investigation, police found a black book bag, opened it “and found 240.4 grams of marijuana and a U.S. passport that belongs to Mr. Rice.” That bag and $5,953 in cash “that was in Mr. Rice’s possession when he was shot” were entered into evidence, and Rice was charged with reckless conduct and possession of marijuana. Rice had just completed a pre-trial intervention program stemming from that incident prior to his latest arrest, according to TMZ.

Rice last played in the NBA in November of 2014 with the Washington Wizards. He was waived in January of 2015, and finished the season with the Rio Grande Valley Vipers of the D-League. He did not play in either the D-League or NBA this past season; he did, however, appear on an episode of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” last December.

Rice entered the D-League after being dismissed from the Georgia Tech basketball team in March 2012 following a bizarre incident outside an Atlanta nightclub. Rice was only charged with permitting unlawful operation of a vehicle, but a student manager in the same car was charged with driving under the influence and another passenger was charged with discharging a firearm under the influence (apparently by accident). Rice had had several disciplinary issues prior to his dismissal and spoke of that incident as a wakeup call.

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Some players didn't get the memo.






Houston Astros prospect Danry Vasquez was reportedly arrested earlier this month after allegedly striking his girlfriend inside their Double-A affiliate's stadium, according to Fares Sabawi of the Corpus Christi Caller-Times.

A surveillance camera allegedly caught Vasquez, who plays for the Corpus Christi Hooks, hitting his girlfriend and pulling her by the arm at Whataburger Field, an affidavit revealed.

The alleged incident was discovered by team officials when they were reviewing footage after a male employee reported the player allegedly threatened him in a "heated confrontation."

Vasquez was arrested by police on Aug. 4, and was also placed on administrative leave by Major League Baseball; he's currently free on $10,000 bail.

In a statement released Tuesday afternoon the Astros revealed they're "aware of the incident ... and are in full cooperation with the Corpus Christi Police Department.

"We fully support the Commissioner's Office and have confidence that MLB's investigation will provide a resolution in a timely manner," the statement continued, according to Greg Rajan of the Houston Chronicle.

"The Astros are disappointed that this allegation is attached to a member of our organization - we have no further comment on this case until the investigations are complete."

Vasquez, a native of Venezuela, was acquired by Houston via trade in 2013. The 22-year-old outfielder has appeared in 60 games for Corpus Christi this season, but hasn't played since July 31.

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lobo316 wrote: Some players didn't get the memo.






Houston Astros prospect Danry Vasquez was reportedly arrested earlier this month after allegedly striking his girlfriend inside their Double-A affiliate's stadium, according to Fares Sabawi of the Corpus Christi Caller-Times.

A surveillance camera allegedly caught Vasquez, who plays for the Corpus Christi Hooks, hitting his girlfriend and pulling her by the arm at Whataburger Field, an affidavit revealed.

The alleged incident was discovered by team officials when they were reviewing footage after a male employee reported the player allegedly threatened him in a "heated confrontation."

Vasquez was arrested by police on Aug. 4, and was also placed on administrative leave by Major League Baseball; he's currently free on $10,000 bail.

In a statement released Tuesday afternoon the Astros revealed they're "aware of the incident ... and are in full cooperation with the Corpus Christi Police Department.

"We fully support the Commissioner's Office and have confidence that MLB's investigation will provide a resolution in a timely manner," the statement continued, according to Greg Rajan of the Houston Chronicle.

"The Astros are disappointed that this allegation is attached to a member of our organization - we have no further comment on this case until the investigations are complete."

Vasquez, a native of Venezuela, was acquired by Houston via trade in 2013. The 22-year-old outfielder has appeared in 60 games for Corpus Christi this season, but hasn't played since July 31.









The Houston Astros released minor leaguer Danry Vasquez on Wednesday after he was suspended by Major League Baseball indefinitely following his arrest on domestic violence charges earlier this month.
"We appreciate the ruling today as it supports our firm intention to terminate Danry's association with the club," the Astros said in a statement. "We will continue to cooperate with Corpus Christi PD as they complete their investigation."
The 22-year-old Vasquez was caught on a surveillance camera outside the Double-A club's stadium allegedly hitting his girlfriend multiple times, according to an arrest affidavit obtained by the Caller Times.
Vasquez had been a part of the Astros' minor-league system since he was acquired from the Detroit Tigers in 2013. The Venezuelan outfielder was hitting .265/.322/.374 with three home runs, 12 doubles, and eight stolen bases in 60 games prior to his release.

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Edwin Encarnacion is being sued for battery and misrepresentation of the facts by a woman who claims the Toronto Blue Jays designated hitter knowingly gave her multiple STDs, TMZ Sports reports.

According to the report, the lawsuit claims the woman had unprotected sex with the 33-year-old twice during a trip to Punta Cana, Dominican Republic in February 2016. She is seeking more than $11.5 million in damages.

The lawsuit asserts she was STD-free before the sexual encounters, having visited a Planned Parenthood location in December 2015.

She also claims she contacted Encarnacion to discuss the issue after learning she tested positive for two STDs, but he allegedly suggested she may have contracted them while swimming in a river.

Encarnacion then allegedly cut off communication with the woman, who reportedly believes he knew he was carrying STDs the whole time.

TMZ Sports reportedly reached out to Encarnacion's agent, who had "no comment' about the alleged incident.

The Blue Jays slugger currently leads the American League with 101 RBIs, to go along with 35 home runs and a .268/.355/.555 slash line. He is making $10 million in the final year of his contract with Toronto.

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Less than a month into his Texas Rangers career, Jeremy Jeffress is running into off-field issues.

The right-hander was booked into Dallas County Jail early Friday morning for driving while under the influence, sources told WFAA TV's Rebecca Lopez.

Jeffress was taken into custody at 5:13 a.m, and while his name is in the jail database, the official charge isn't yet clear.


The reliever has yet to see a judge, and no bond has been set. Shortly after the incident was reported, the Rangers released a brief statement.

The Texas Rangers are aware of the situation involving Jeremy Jeffress that took place early this morning. At this time, we are in the process of gathering information and have no further comment.

Jeffress was acquired by the Rangers on Aug. 1 in the trade that also brought over catcher Jonathan Lucroy from the Milwaukee Brewers.

On August 2007, Jeffress was suspended 50 games under MLB's Joint Drug Program for using marijuana, his second positive test after getting a warning for a first offense.

In June 2009, he was banned 100 games after testing positive again. If he tests positive for a banned substance this time around, he'll receive a lifetime ban from Major League Baseball.










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The Detroit Tigers announced Thursday minor-league pitcher Warwick Saupold has been suspended five games after his arrest following a bar fight in Toledo, Ohio on Sunday.

Saupold, pitching for the Tigers' Triple-A affiliate in Toledo, was charged with simple assault following an altercation outside a bar across the street from Fifth Third Field where the Mud Hens play.

"We’re aware of the situation," Dave Littlefield, vice president of player development for the Tigers, told the Detroit Free Press after the arrest. “It’s a private matter involving Warwick and we’ll let the legal system follow its course."

Also arrested in the incident were Pittsburgh Pirates minor-leaguers Gift Ngoepe and Dovydas Neverauskas of the Indianapolis Indians, and another man, Andrey Goncharuk.

According to a police report, Saupold punched Goncharuk in the face with a closed fist after an argument between the pair.

The same report states Ngoepe allegedly wrapped his arms around an officer, and attempted to get away from police as they tried to arrest him, while Neverauskas grabbed an officer who was arresting his teammate.

Ngoepe was charged with one count of simple assault and two counts of resisting arrest, while Neverauskas was charged with two counts of resisting arrest and one count of misconduct. Goncharuk was also charged with assault.

The 26-year-old Saupold is a native of Perth, Australia, who's been with the Tigers organization since 2012. He owns a career 7.45 ERA across six appearances in the big leagues.

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Former Atlanta Braves outfielder Hector Olivera was found guilty of misdemeanor domestic assault and ordered to serve 10 days in prison, reports USA Today's Jorge L. Ortiz.

Olivera was originally sentenced to 90 days in jail, but had 80 of those days suspended by an Arlington County judge in Virginia.

The 31-year-old Cuban was arrested in April, after a woman who identified as his girlfriend reported to police she'd been assaulted by the player.

Following the arrest, Olivera was suspended for 82 games under Major League Baseball's domestic violence policy. He was later traded to the San Diego Padres for Matt Kemp, and immediately released.

Olivera appeared in just 30 big-league games over two seasons after signing a six-year, $62.5 million contract - which included a $28-million signing bonus - with the Los Angeles Dodgers in March of 2015.

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Austin Seferian-Jenkins was arrested on suspicion of DUI early Friday morning. The Bucs then waived the tight end on Friday and TMZ obtained dashcam video from the stop.
It sounded like Seferian-Jenkins was about to be let off with a warning, but kept talking until officers decided to take him in. Other highlights include saying he wanted to go to his quarterback’s house to watch American Horror Story and telling police he had to take a “huge sh-t.”




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Former NFL defensive end Greg Hardy was arrested Sunday in Richardson, Texas for possession of a controlled substance, according to NBC Dallas Fort-Worth.

Hardy remains in Richardson City Jail as of Monday, and a bond has been set at $5,000.

The former Carolina Panthers and Dallas Cowboys standout remains a free agent after being released in the offseason, and has drawn little interest despite recording six sacks in 12 games in 2015.

Hardy's off-field issues made headlines after he was arrested in 2014 for assaulting and threatening to kill an ex-girlfriend - including sending her ominous texts of his fire arms. Hardy was not convicted and the charges were expunged from his record.

While with the Cowboys, Hardy showed little remorse for the domestic violence incident, publicly saying upon his return from suspension: "I hope I come out guns blazing."

He also made some ill-timed comments about Tom Brady's wife Gisele Bundchen.

"You seen his wife?" Hardy said. "I hope she comes to the game. I hope her sister comes to the game. (I hope) all her friends come to the game."

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lobo316 wrote: Former NFL defensive end Greg Hardy was arrested Sunday in Richardson, Texas for possession of a controlled substance, according to NBC Dallas Fort-Worth.

Hardy remains in Richardson City Jail as of Monday, and a bond has been set at $5,000.

The former Carolina Panthers and Dallas Cowboys standout remains a free agent after being released in the offseason, and has drawn little interest despite recording six sacks in 12 games in 2015.

Hardy's off-field issues made headlines after he was arrested in 2014 for assaulting and threatening to kill an ex-girlfriend - including sending her ominous texts of his fire arms. Hardy was not convicted and the charges were expunged from his record.

While with the Cowboys, Hardy showed little remorse for the domestic violence incident, publicly saying upon his return from suspension: "I hope I come out guns blazing."

He also made some ill-timed comments about Tom Brady's wife Gisele Bundchen.

"You seen his wife?" Hardy said. "I hope she comes to the game. I hope her sister comes to the game. (I hope) all her friends come to the game."




Former NFL defensive end Greg Hardy was arrested Sunday for possession of a controlled substance, according to NBC Dallas Fort-Worth.
Police say they found 0.7 grams of cocaine in a wallet in Hardy's car during a traffic stop.
Hardy, who last played in the NFL for the Dallas Cowboys in 2015, claims the cocaine isn't his. And his explanation for how it got into his wallet is creative, if not entirely believable.
According to the police report, Hardy said someone must have put the cocaine into his wallet without him realizing it.
Hardy told an officer he passed his wallet around at a party the night before his arrest because he was paying for everyone in attendance, adding that someone at the party must have stashed the cocaine in his wallet.
Why someone would do that remains unclear. Hardy remained in custody Monday with bond set at $5,000. Whether he spends more time behind bars could depend on if he can get a judge to believe his story about his wallet.

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TOKYO (AP) -- A Japanese court on Tuesday convicted the brother of Texas Rangers pitcher Yu Darvish of gambling on baseball games, handing him a suspended prison sentence.

The Osaka District Court found Sho Darvish guilty of taking hundreds of bets on Major League Baseball and on professional baseball games in Japan last year.

The court said the 27-year-old younger brother of Yu Darvish was sentenced to two years and four months in prison, but it was suspended for five years. The court said the defendant's gambling was limited to his group of friends and was not linked to organized crime, according to local media reports.

The younger Darvish took bets of 10,000 yen ($100) on Japanese and American professional baseball games, accepting wagers totaling about 110 million yen ($1.1 million) through the LINE social networking application, Kyodo News reported.

Sho Davsish himself bet roughly 220 million yen ($2.2 million) on the games, Kyodo said.

His arrest last year led to an investigation of his brother, Yu Darvish, but the authorities found no involvement by the Rangers star.

Sho Darvish reportedly said during his trial that he regretted causing trouble to his family and that he planned to change his surname to make their relationship less obvious.

But on Tuesday, judge Hajime Hashimoto reportedly advised Darvish that what should change are his actions, not his name.

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