Red Sox relief pitcher, Bobby Jenks, has now been arrested for a DUI, hit-and-run and property damage.
According to police officials, Jenks was arrested in Fort Myers, Fla. and charged with five misdemeanor charges including three counts of property damage from a DUI, hit-and-run, and one count of DUI with drugs or alcohol.
The police report stated that Jenks crashed into two cars with his Mercedes after leaving a bar. When police asked the professional baseball player why he was driving erratically, he stated that is was because he has taken too many muscle relaxing pills.
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