Ex-Indians Star Albert Belle Arrested for Indecent Exposure ... And DUI

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He was charged with two counts of indecent exposure.

"Upon completion of the on-scene investigation, based upon probable cause, both Mr. Belle and another adult subject were arrested and booked into [Maricopa County Sheriff's Office] Jail", the news release continued.

Police told the Associated Press that Belle and another adult were arrested after "being accused of exposing themselves to two adults and two children in an Arizona parking lot".

Belle was the center of several scandals during his career, Yahoo Sports noted, and his chances at earning induction to the Hall of Fame were severely hampered by an antagonistic relationship with Major League Baseball writers, who vote on election to Cooperstown.

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After officers arrived at the stadium, Belle admitted to having a verbal altercation with the man, but denied urinating in public. Belle's punch broke Vina's nose and left him spitting up blood after the game.

Belle - a 5-time All-Star during his 12-year Major League Baseball career - was arrested in Scottsdale and booked into Maricopa County Jail.

Over his 11-year career, Belle was a five-time All-Star. Belle spent two seasons in Baltimore, before retiring aged just 34. For his career, Belle had a.295 batting average, 1,239 RBIs, and 381 home runs. Belle later served 90 days in jail in 2006 for stalking his ex-girlfriend.

Albert Belle played with the Cleveland Indians for six years.