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Report: Ty Lawson facing charges of physical harassment, criminal mischief following arrest on Saturday

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Posted August 20, 2013 - 04:25 PM

Sigh..... your starting point guard Shaw....


Report: Ty Lawson facing charges of physical harassment, criminal mischief following arrest on Saturday




Nuggets point guard Ty Lawson is facing criminal charges of physical harassment and criminal mischief following an arrest on Saturday in Colorado, according to court records.

Lawson appeared in Arapahoe County court on Monday to be arraigned on the charges, and is free on $1,000 bond, according to a report from the Denver Post.

The incident was allegedly one involving domestic violence.

ABC’s station in Denver has some additional details:

Read More Here: http://probasketball...st-on-saturday/

The 25-year-old Lawson was arrested by sheriff’s deputies on investigation of harassment that includes either striking, shoving or kicking as well as property damage, court records state. Both charges are misdemeanors. The incident requires a mandatory restraining order.

Lawson also had a Jan. 29, 2013 arrest in Denver for flight to avoid prosecution on a misdemeanor case out of Arapahoe County, court records say.

Could be something, could be nothing, innocent till proven guilty and here's some optimism from twitter


Ty Lawson 

20 day old fish RT @VicLombardi: Ty Lawson does not fit the profile. At all. Something fishy here.




Vic Lombardi 

Got on pretty good authority this Lawson incident involves nothing but broken cell phones. Those things aren't cheap. #comparetocricket.com




let's hope it's the latter

Edited by Majesty, August 20, 2013 - 04:26 PM.

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