A former Los Angeles Dodgers player has been arrested. Milton Bradley, 33, was arrested on suspicion of felony battery and was booked at the Van Nuys jail. Bradley was released on bail and is scheduled to go back to court Oct.18.
He was arrested at the same address he was arrested at on Jan.18 for allegedly making threats against a woman. No details were released in that case.
Bradley has a history of anger-management issues. In November of 2004, Bradley was arrested after allegedly confronting a police officer during a traffic stop.
Bradley was traded by the Dodgers to the Oakland A’s in 2005 after he threw a plastic water bottle toward fans at Dodger Stadium and had a altercation with former Times reporter Jason Reid.
The crime of battery is when one causes bodily harm to another by using direct physical contact. Battery is considered a violent crime and is a very serious charges in the state of California. Penalties may include up to 15 years in jail or prison, harsh fines, restitution, community service, probation and a mark on your criminal record for life.
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