Atlanta Braves’ Marcell Ozuna Nabbed for DUI, Cops Say

Atlanta Braves outfielder Marcell Ozuna has been captured once more, this time for purportedly driving alcoholic early Friday morning in an Atlanta suburb, state specialists said. Ozuna, 31, was let out of prison in Gwinnett County later in the day subsequent to posting a bail of $1,830. He was back close by his colleagues by Friday evening. This is the Dominican's second capture in as numerous years, with the primary coming on May 29, 2021, when police said they saw Ozuna assault his better half. An irritated attack charge was dropped after Ozuna finished a pretrial redirection program, and the player rejoined the Braves for the 2022 season. The group put out an announcement Friday evening that said group authorities were all the while "gathering the real factors relating to the occurrence." Ozuna, who set out on a mission to prevail upon fans after his 2021 capture and extended MLB suspension, guaranteed in March that he'd get it together off the field. "My fans, I will give you the best and I will be a superior individual, and I'm grieved," Ozuna said. Speaking Friday from the group's clubhouse, the outfielder recognized he let individuals down."I frustrated my group. I disheartened my loved ones. I have nothing to say more. It's a legitimate matter," he said, without taking inquiries from correspondents.

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