Former New York Mets and New York Yankees jug were "docked" in New Jersey Monday and accused of driving while intoxicated – the second time in the past six weeks, the former US youth winners have been opposed.
According to the Newark Department of Public Safety, Caps pulled out the 54-year-old Gouda's black Chrysler for driving the fake road on a one-way street shortly after 11 pm. The statement said that Gooden was arrested and sent to a local hospital for evaluation.
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“He was injured. He was clearly based, really kind of Feded, "an Essex County law enforcement source told the New York Post, which first reported Gouda's arrest. The source added that GoDoS is "cooperative and courteous" with police and has suffered from diabetes.
"It is sad to see the further problems of the former Mets & # 39; star, but it is an example of persistent scourge of drugs and alcohol in the country and the struggle they have on addicts," Newark Public Safety Director Anthony F. Ambrose said in a statement. .
Gooden, who lives in Piscataway, N.J., said in a letter on Tuesday that "I unfortunately did exactly what I gained and added that he was leaving" [to rehab] Tonight try to get some help saving my life.
"I'm very embarrassed. Very shameful. I feel bad for anyone I disappoint or let down," Gooden added. "It's a struggle – a tough struggle – but you just have to jump back in … I mean, at my age, I spent 30-something years. I never thought I'd see you at 54. To treat. "
Gooden was arrested after a traffic jam in June 7 in Holmdel, N.J. And accused of cocaine possession, possession of drug paraphernalia and driving under the influence. Public arrest earlier this month. Police have told them that they have gone for a walk from keeping a path and driving to slow, according to a criminal complaint, delivered by the Prosecutor's officer in the Monmote County. Two good plastic bags allegedly cocaine were found in Gooden's car.
Gooden debuted with the Mets as a 19-year-old in 1984. He was named the National League Rookie of the Year Year and won the National League Si Young Award in 1985. He was a member of the Mets & # 39 The 1986 World Series championship team but famous missed the victory parade due to a cocaine bend.
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He was suspended from baseball for a part of the 1994 season and the whole 1995 season was positive for cocaine. He signed with the Yankees for the 1996 season and won a second world series title with the Bronx bombers. He has also pitched for the Cleveland Indians, Houston Astros and Tampa Bay Devil rays (now Tampa Bay rays).
According to the news site Celebrity Net Worth, Gooden's name is $ 200,000.
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