LOS ANGELES (CBS/KCBS) Seattle Mariners outfielder Milton Bradley was arrested Tuesday morning in Los Angeles after he allegedly threatened a woman.
CBS affiliate KCBS reported that Bradley was arrested on charges of making terrorist threats, after a woman called the Los Angeles Police Department's West Valley Station.
Officers went to Bradley's home at 10:40 a.m. and arrested him, said Officer Gregory Baek. Seven hours later, Bradley's $50,000 bail was posted and he was released from custody, Baek said.
Jack Zduriencik, the Mariners' executive vice president and general manager of baseball operations, confirmed that "Milton had been arrested and subsequently released in Los Angeles."
"While we do not yet have full details on what occurred, we are aware of the situation and take it very seriously," Zduriencik told the station.