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Seattle Mariners' second baseman arrested for suspicion of DUI

Posted by Unknown | Mar 11, 2014 | 0 Comments

Seattle Mariners' second baseman, Adam Kennedy, was arrested in California for suspicion of driving under the influence.

The 35-year-old player was arrested after being stopped by California Highway Patrol on the 73 tollway. The baseball player was suspected of drunken driving and he was arrested and booked at Men's Central Jail. The man was released early the next morning.

Kennedy was just signed to the Mariners' this month. He has previously played for the Angels, Oakland Athletics and Washington Nationals.

If you or your family member has been charged with a serious crime such as driving under the influence, you need experienced representation on your side that may be able to help you during this stressful time. Contact theSeattle DUI defense lawyers of the Cowan, Kirk & Gaston Law Firm today by calling 866-822-1230.

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