Sunday, August 2, 2015

Man turns self in to police in Victorino incident

An unidentified man has turned himself in to Chicago police in connection with the Shane Victorino incident, according to a police spokesman. A fan threw a beer and plastic cup on the Phils outfielder during Wednesday night’s game, and Victorino filed a complaint today. “We are talking to a man that did turn himself in to our officers," police spokesman John Mirabelli told the Inquirer. “It is an ongoing investigation."

Man turns self in to police in Victorino incident

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An unidentified man has turned himself in to Chicago police in connection with the Shane Victorino incident, according to a police spokesman. A fan threw a beer and plastic cup on the Phils outfielder during Wednesday night’s game, and Victorino filed a complaint today.
 
“We are talking to a man that did turn himself in to our officers," police spokesman John Mirabelli told the Inquirer. “It is an ongoing investigation."
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