( 4UMF NEWS ) Jose Reyes Arrested On Domestic Violence Charge:
Beloved former Mets shortstop Jose Reyes was arrested on domestic violence charges in Maui after he beat and shoved his wife in a hotel room, according to reports.
The charismatic Reyes, a four-time All Star, was arrested on Oct. 31 after allegedly beating his wife, Katherine Ramirez, in a brutal attack in their hotel room, Hawaii News Now reported Monday.
Reyes and his wife were arguing in their room at luxe Four Seasons, the news site reported. She told police that Reyes yanked her off the bed, pushed her, grabbed her throat and shoved her into a sliding glass door that led to the balcony.
Reyes was arrested after security at the hotel called police.
Ramirez, 33, was taken to the emergency room with injuries to her thigh, neck and wrists, according to the report.
Reyes’ agent, Chris Leible, said he had no comment.
Reyes, 32, cut his teeth in the big leagues with the Mets, where he quickly ascended from skinny rookie to a fixture on the starting roster who holds the team’s record for stolen bases and triples. The father of three daughters left the Mets for the Marlins in 2012 as a free agent after nine seasons. He inked a 6-year, $106-million deal.
Born into extreme poverty in the Dominican Republic, Reyes is known for his humble nature and philanthropic work off the field. His time in Miami was short-lived and he was traded to Toronto after one season. This past season, he was traded again, this time to the Colorado Rockies.
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