Previous Red Sox outfielder Johnny Damon was captured in Florida early Friday morning and is dealing with different indictments, including driving impaired.
Damon was captured by Windermere Police early Friday morning and set up for charges for driving impaired and opposing an official without viciousness. The 47-year-old had a blood-liquor level over .20, as per police reports. TMZ Sports is revealing that Damon’s blood-liquor level was .30, which is multiple times as far as possible.
Damon’s better half, Michelle, was likewise captured and accused of battery on a police officer and opposing capture with viciousness, as indicated by TMZ Sports.
Damon played 18 seasons in Major League Baseball, incorporating four seasons with the Boston Red Sox. He was a critical piece of the group’s 2004 World Series title group and was a fan top pick for his large swings in the end of the season games, jumping gets in the outfield and his long, streaming hair.