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Ex-Dodgers LHP Julio Urías reportedly avoids felony charges following domestic violence arrest

Jan 13, 2024

Former Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Julio Urías will not face felony charges after his arrest in September, according to ESPN's Alden Gonzalez.

The Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office reportedly declined to file charges against the left-hander, which will send the case to the City Attorney's Office to consider a misdemeanor filing. Urías is currently a free agent but still faces a potential suspension from MLB.

Urías was arrested Sept. 3 last year while he was attending an LAFC game at BMO Stadium. Details were initially scarce, with police first reporting that a concerned citizen flagged down officers after seeing a man attack a woman. The police report said a physical altercation had occurred between the two.

Source: Yahoo Sports

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