Mugshot: ESPN’s Howard Bryant Arrested for Choking Woman..Assaulting Cop | Robert Littal Presents BlackSportsOnline

Mugshot: ESPN’s Howard Bryant Arrested for Choking Woman..Assaulting Cop

by Robert Littal | Posted on Sunday, February 27th, 2011

Our friends at The Big Lead tells us that Howard Bryant is an ESPN Baseball writer and author of three books  who got himself in a little trouble with the law outside of the Pizza Parlor (sounds like something out of “Do The Right Thing”).

As a rule, you never want to choke a woman, nothing manly about that, compounding it by getting into with the police not very smart either.

Here are the details.

A senior writer for ESPN and the author of three books was arrested in front of Buckland Pizza and charged with assaulting his estranged wife and hitting a police officer who tried to subdue him, state police said.

Five witnesses gave statements saying they saw a man arguing with a woman, police said. They said he choked her and pushed her into a car, Tudryn said.

When police arrived, he argued with them and struck Trooper Brian Doak in the chest with his elbow, Tudryn said. Doak was not injured.

Bryant is separated from his wife and there is no word if this was his wife that he was tussling with. Maybe next time they should get Digiornos.

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  1. LB says:

    In the words of Wayne Brady…"sometimes you've got to choke a bitch"…..

  2. MoneyM says:

    is it me or does he looks like a ninja Turtle?

  3. Allen Vick says:

    Ninja Turtle!!!….he does!!!!…lol..that was funny!!

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