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Twins’ Miguel Sano won’t be charged after injuring policeman in traffic incident, report says

Twins third baseman Miguel Sanowon’tface criminal charges after being involved in an accident in the Dominican Republic early Sunday morning in which a police officer suffered a broken leg, ESPN.com reported.The incident, as described by police Monday to ESPN’s Enrique Rojas:”Sano, who was leaving a nightclub in his native San Pedro de Macoris at 3 a.m. on Sunday in the company of his wife, had been speaking to police officer Argenis Emilio Gillandeux in front of the club. After the exchange, he went to back up his white pickup truck without realizing that Gillandeux had not moved his motorcycle from behind him, a spokesman for the Dominican national police, Coronel Frank Duran Mejia (said).”Detained by police https://www.nationalsedges.com/washington-nationals/sean-doolittle-jersey for several hours, Sanowas released and allowed to return home after agreeing to return Monday to be i sued a citation to go to traffic court, a “formality,” according to Duran, who added, “Neither the agent nor the national police plan to charge Sano with anything.”The Twins i sued the following statement (via the team’s official website):”The Minnesota Twins have been made aware of a situation involving Miguel Sano recently in the Dominican Republic. The facts of the incident are not completely available right now, but the club is in the proce s of gathering as much information as po sible https://www.nationalsedges.com/washington-nationals/michael-taylor-jersey . We will have no further comment at this time.”Gillandeux suffered breaks to both the tibia and fibula of his left leg andwas taken to the hospital by Sano, according to Duran.The Santo Domingo News, a Spanish-language site, tweeted about the incident Daniel Murphy Jersey in English with pictures, purportedly of Gillandeux with his left leg in a cast and a police report of the incident.@Twins player @SanoMiguel involved in a hit and run in the Dominican Rep. According to sources, Sano ran over a policeman after being told to pull over, during a routine road check. The cop has a broken leg and is at a local clinic. #twins #miguelsano @MLB @MLBDominicana pic.twitter.com/GEJBAuLP0v Santo Domingo News (@StoDomingoNews) October 7, 2018Duran said that Sano offered to pay all of Gillandeux’s medical expenses.An All-Star in 2017, Sano struggled in 2018, hitting .199 in 71 games.

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