The Dodgers are unlikely to quickly resolve the Trevor Bauer sexual assault case.
According to Lieutenant Caroline Gordon of the Pasadena Police Department, the investigation “is not nearing completion.”
“We are studying some things, and we think we are nearing the end,” Gordon told USA Today Sports“We are not near the end.
“This survey is bigger than we thought. So we have to look at a few more places. We want to discover as many things as possible.”
Bauer is under investigation for the alleged attack that occurred in mid-May. These allegations came to light after Ball’s plaintiff applied for a temporary domestic violence restraining order in Los Angeles. Plaintiff’s Attorney Said that the restraining order was due to the “recent attack at the hands of Mr. Bauer,” and the plaintiff suffered “severe physical and psychological pain.”
Although some people want to know why Bauer was not arrested because of the facts of the investigation-“To me, this seems to be [Bauer is] Get special treatment,” a former New York prosecutor told USA Today Sports-the Pasadena Police Department defended their handling of the case.
“I think we have handled this investigation like any investigation,” Gordon said. “Some facts emerged in this investigation. We must investigate and we are willing to investigate because we must conduct due diligence as investigators. This is what we plan to do.
“Therefore, whether he is a celebrity or not, we must investigate certain things and hope to complete the investigation. We do not want to transfer the case to the district attorney without completing the investigation.”
It is not clear how long the case will last, but MLB must definitely make a decision on Ball’s long-term status.Currently, the alliance has Let him take 7 days of paid administrative leave And said in a statement that they “will make further comments in due course.”