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Former MLB All-Star finally arrested after he apparently forgets cops are looking for him New York Daily News Twitter

Oops.

That would be one way to sum what TMZ.com is saying happened to former major league All-Star Danny Tartabull.

Police have been looking for Tartabull for five years, the report said. Tartabull, way back in 2011, was convicted of failing to pay $275,000 in child support. When he violated his parole in 2012, authorities issued a warrant ordering him to surrender and serve 180 days in jail.

Then, radio silence. TMZ said Tartabull disappeared — until Tuesday.

That’s the day a man called police to report the break-in of his car. When cops ran the name of the complaining victim through its database it came back as — Danny Tartabull. He was arrested, and is scheduled to have a court appearance today.

Tartabull played on six teams during a 14-year career, and was an All-star with the Kansas City Royals in 1991. For his career, his batted .273 with 262 homers and 925 RBI. He made nearly $33 million during his career.

Ray Marcano About the author:
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