Friday, February 11, 2005


Seattle Mariners first baseman Richie Sexson was cited for DUI last week in Vancouver, WA. (registration required; see comments box for e-mail address and password you can use to access the story)

Sexson pleaded innocent Wednesday (Feb. 9) on charges of DUI and failing to acquire a Washington vehicle license. Gregory Chaney, a Clark County sheriff's deputy, said that Sexson was speeding "like a bat out of hell". His speed was estimated to be 50 mph in a 35 mph zone, Chaney said.

Here at Sports and Bremertonians, we will not speculate on this case. We are not experts on the law. Hopefully in the next few weeks, we'll be able to post positive stories about the Mariners. Certainly, this story isn't one of them.

By the way, we ask that all of you keep your comments clean. This is a very serious issue and we expect our readers to be adults. Most of you, anyway.

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