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Ex-Sox Navarro Stopped In Japan With Bullet In Luggage

Navarro (Getty Images)Former Red Sox infielder Yamaico Navarro—who played all of 36 games wearing Carmine Hose—was arrested in Japan for having a bullet in his carry-on luggage. The 28-year old Dominican claimed he did not know the bullet was in his shoulder bag during a security screening at the Okinawa Airport. Navarro—once considered a top 3B prospect in the Boston organization—hit...
Via FenwayNation
February 22, 2016  |  Discuss

Ex-MLB player Navarro arrested in Japan for carrying bullet

TOKYO (AP) Former Major League Baseball player Yamaico Navarro has been arrested in Japan for concealing a bullet in his luggage. Navarro was arrested in Okinawa on Sunday evening, national broadcaster NHK reported. The 28-year-old Navarro told police the bullet was from his home in the Dominican Republic but that he was not aware it was in his bag. NHK reported that the bullet...
Via Associated Press
February 21, 2016  |  Discuss

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