Keon Broxton Arrested For Trespass After Yelling at Police, Refusing to Walk Away

SEATTLE, WA - AUGUST 19: Keon Broxton #23 of the Milwaukee Brewers adjust his batting gloves before and at-bat  in a game against the Seattle Mariners at Safeco Field on August 19, 2016 in Seattle, Washington. The Mariners won the game 7-6. (Photo by Stephen Brashear/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Keon Broxton

Keon Broxton Arrested For Trespass After Yelling at Police, Refusing to Walk Away

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Keon Broxton Arrested For Trespass After Yelling at Police, Refusing to Walk Away

Keon Broxton, the 26-year old Milwaukee Brewers outfielder, was arrested in Tampa early Friday morning for criminal trespass. Police were trying to get a crowd to disperse after a fight and it sounds like they gave him plenty of opportunities to avoid the arrest. Via Tampa Bay Times:

According to the arrest report, Broxton was “extremely intoxicated” and had “visible injuries to his face but declined medical attention.” When police asked several people to leave an area of closed businesses, the report states that Broxton “became upset and began yelling ‘Y’all ain’t s— behind your badges.”

A friend was able to drag him away, but police ran into him a few blocks away. He again yelled at police and warned he would be arrested if he didn’t leave a property. He then went back to the property and police finally arrested him.

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