Cincinnati Reds minor league player arrested in Randolph Co.
Daniel Brett Tuttle, 22, of Randleman
RANDOLPH COUNTY, N.C. — A Cincinnati Reds minor league player from Randolph County was arrested Friday and faces multiple charges including assault on a government official inflicting serious injury.
Daniel Brett Tuttle, 22, of Randleman, was charged with four counts of assault on a government official and one count each of second degree trespassing, assault on a government official inflicting serious injury and attempting to break and enter.
Tuttle is currently in the Randolph County Jail under a $100,000 bond.
In May, he was suspended for 100 games after a third violation of the Major League Baseball drug abuse policy.
The specific circumstances leading to his arrest remain uncertain.
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