SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic (AP) – Beloved in his hometown, David Ortíz Sent from the streets of Santo Domingo
Big Papi's guard was down even at hotspots like the Dial Bar and Lounge, where the Dominican business and entertainment elite can cross paths with shadier figures in a country where they are often made in drug and laundering.
As the former Red Sox slugger read in intensive care in
Ortíz was so relaxed at the open. Boston is recovering from the bullet -air hotspot Sunday, 9th of June, the 43-year-old retired athlete and fired a single shot at close range before escaping.
Enraged fans captured the 25-year-old motorcyclist and beat him bloody before handing him over to police.
Ortiz's wife, Tiffany, said in a statement that he was "stable, awake and resting comfortably" Massachusetts General Hospital and Eddie Vladimir Féliz Garcia, who had a arrest for drug possession, said: "One of several people in custody as of Tuesday afternoon, a law-
A police car carrying Féliz Garcia drove up to a shipping container serving as a makeshift courtroom on Tuesday evening, and there for about a half-hour before driving off again. Court officials said the hearing had been delayed because Féliz Garcia's had not arrived in time.
His lawyer, Deivi Solano, said Féliz Garcia had
'' He did not know what they were going to do. He's a fan of David's, '' Solano said.
Ortiz has a six-bedroom, $ 6 million home in the Boston suburb of Boston, Massachusetts, Massachusetts. He visits his father and sister in Santo Domingo about six times a year,
Ortíz stayed at his father's apartment and was active on Ortiz could not avoid running across unsavory characters. 1966003 Ortiz could not avoid running across unsavory characters on the Santo Domingo, the friend said.
'' He may have spoken with them, but he did not know who they were, '' the friend said ,
Police are investigating, however, some brief relationship formed in Santo Domingo
Ortiz felt completely secure in his hometown, the friend said, with adoring fans greeting him wherever he went.
19659003] '' He felt protected by the people, '' the friend said. He is one of the most loved people in the Dominican Republic. He felt no fear despite the fact that there's street crime here.
Ortiz flew from Boston to Santo Domingo on May 5 to enroll his teenage son, a promising baseball talent, in one of the island's grueling '' academies '' for future stars , the friend said.
On Sunday night, he was out with the reggaeton singer known as El Sujeto and TV personality Jhoel Lopez
In recent years, dial out from a site where people relaxed as their cars were being cleaned to a hotspot where Dominican celebrities eat
The murder rate stands at 12.5.
The murder rate stands at 12.5 killings per 100,000 people, placing in the top 10 to 15% of the most violent countries in the world, according to the US State Department.
There were 1,353 reported killings in 2018, compared with 1,561 in 2017 and 1,616 in 2016, the department said.
Last year, 2,145 people were wounded with guns, a slight decrease from 2017, according to the Dominican Republic's Citizen Security Observatory.
To OSAC report said the Dominican Republic faces serious problems with drug trafficking and money laundering, adding: "This situation is due to a lack of law enforcement resources, poorly paid and trained police officers and rampant corruption. ''
This year, the maximum number of years in prison is 35 years. "
Associated Press writers Danica Coto in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and Jimmy Golen in Boston contributed