Former Lotte Jackson pitcher arrested for possession of cannabis accused of indictment on August 4, 16:47
The Jackson Prosecutor's Office charged the indictment with Jackson, who was arrested last month for possessing cannabis at home, and played a relief role in professional baseball Hiroshima and Lotte, as the evidence was insufficient.
Jackson Junior Lundy (32), who belonged to Hiroshima as a professional baseball player until his son Otoshito and joined Lotte from this season, said that he had liquid cannabis at his home in Mihama-ku, Chiba. , Last month, I was arrested by the Hiroshima Prefectural Police on suspicion of violating the Cannabis Control Law.
According to the police, the approval and disapproval was withheld for the investigation, saying "I don't want to talk about anything".
He was released pending disposition on the 30th of last month, and the Hiroshima District Public Prosecutor's Office was voluntarily investigating it, but on the 4th, he was not charged.
"The evidence was inadequate," he said.
The contract with Jackson pitcher Lotte has been canceled because of an offer from him.