Former Boston Purple Sox and New York Yankees outfielder Johnny Damon was arrested close to Orlando, Fla. on Friday morning for driving below the affect, according to a report from CBS Miami.
The 2-time World Collection champion was arrested round 8:15 a.m. and had a blood-alcohol degree above .20, in line with the police report, which is greater than twice the authorized restrict. He was charged with DUI and resisting an officer with out violence.
Damon, an Orlando native, is being held on the Orange County Corrections Division. The 47-year-old’s spouse, Michelle Mangan-Damon, was uncooperative, combative and at one level pushed an officer, per the police report. She was arrested for battery on a legislation enforcement officer and resisting arrest with violence.
Damon performed within the majors for 18 years, spending time with the Purple Sox, Yankees, Kansas Metropolis Royals, Tampa Bay Rays, Cleveland Indians, Detroit Tigers and Oakland Athletics. He completed with a .284/.352/.433 slash line.