Mets appearing common supervisor Zack Scott was arrested in White Plains, N.Y., early Tuesday morning, as first reported by Mike Puma, Craig McCarthy and Jorge Fitz-Gibbon of the New York Post. The Publish studies that police discovered Scott “dozing” in a automobile, at which level he allegedly refused a breathalyzer however failed a subject sobriety check. CBS 2 New York indicates that an officer noticed the automobile in query “driving erratically” shortly earlier than the arrest. Scott has been charged and is due again in White Plains Metropolis Courtroom this Thursday, per the Publish report.
The Mets issued an announcement simply minutes after the information of Scott’s arrest was reported, which reads as follows:
“We had been stunned and deeply disenchanted to be taught this morning about an alleged DUI involving Zack Scott. We take this matter very severely. Zack is not going to be touring with the crew for our upcoming street journey whereas we be taught extra and decide subsequent steps.”
The 44-year-old Scott is in his first 12 months with the Mets, having been employed out of the Pink Sox group, the place he oversaw the professional scouting and analytics departments, this previous offseason. Scott was initially employed as an assistant common supervisor however was elevated to the title of appearing common supervisor after then-GM Jared Porter was fired.