SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Police say Oakland Athletics catcher Bruce Maxwell confirmed indicators of intoxication when he was arrested following accusations that he pointed a handgun on the head of a lady in Scottsdale who had delivered meals to his house.
Courtroom data launched Monday present extra particulars on his arrest, however don’t supply an evidence for why he allegedly pointed the gun on the driver. Scottsdale police declined to touch upon what prompted Maxwell to allegedly reply the door with a gun on Saturday night.
The paperwork present Maxwell denied pointing a gun on the driver.
The courtroom paperwork say as soon as the driving force defined why she was there, Maxwell lowered the gun.
The driving force turned frightened, handed the meals over to Maxwell on the doorstep and left.
When officers arrived there, they are saying Maxwell had alcohol on his breath, confirmed indicators of intoxication, typically yelled through the police encounter and made anti-police statements.
Maxwell was booked on suspicion of aggravated assault with a lethal weapon and disorderly conduct. He was launched Sunday night time on a $10,000 bond.
Maxwell’s lawyer, Michael Kimerer, stated throughout an preliminary courtroom look that his shopper “has by no means actually had any type of felony exercise earlier than in his life.”
The A’s have beforehand stated the workforce was dissatisfied by the allegations and is taking the investigation significantly.
The 26-yr-previous Maxwell hit .237 with three house runs and 22 RBIs in seventy six video games this season. He was projected to be Oakland’s beginning catcher subsequent yr.
Maxwell was the one participant in Main League Baseball to take a knee this yr in the course of the nationwide anthem to protest racial injustice.