Ex-MLB Star Albert Belle Arrested for Indecent Exposure, Extreme DUI

Ruben Holloway
March 27, 2018

Former LSU standout and Major League Baseball all-star outfielder Albert Belle was arrested Sunday during a spring training game in Scottsdale, Ariz., for multiple counts of indecent exposure, as well as one count of DUI and Extreme DUI, which is designated when a person's blood alcohol content is above.08, FOX 10's Matt Rodewald reported.

He was charged with two counts of indecent exposure, one count of DUI, and one count of extreme DUI.

Details of the arrest are not yet known. "Mr. Belle's charges include 3 counts of indecent exposure and driving while under the influence". Fox 10's Matt Rodewald reports the arrest happened during a spring training game in Scottsdale.

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Arizona state law defines extreme DUI as someone driving with a blood-alcohol level above 0.15 percent.

Belle finished his career with the Baltimore Orioles after playing for Cleveland and Chicago.

Maricopa County Sheriff's Office Sgt. Joaquin Enriquez says Belle was released Sunday.

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Belle spent the 10 weeks in 1990 receiving treatment for alcoholism at the Cleveland Clinic. He was suspended in 1994 for using a corked bat.

He was forced to retire at the age of 34 in the spring of 2001 by an arthritic right hip. He was fined in 1996 after leveling Fernando Viña on the base paths.

Not only did Belle finish his career with a.295 average and 381 home runs, but he led the American League in runs batted in three times and while lifting the Indians to the 1995 World Series, he smacked a league-leading 50 home runs.

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