ELIZABETH – A judge drops drugs and terrorist threat charges filed against former Major League Lenny Dykstra baseball player after an altercation to a Uber who is driving.
A judge resigned on Friday charges after Dykstra committed misconduct and committed a fine of $ 125.
Dykstra said he was "happy the chapter of my life was behind me. "
The three-hour All-Star, a member of the New York Mets championship team in 1986, was tried by a driver to abduct on May 2018 in Linden after he had requested to change the travel destination.
The driver told the police that Dykstra had a gun on his head, though no weapons were found.
Dykstra's attorney, David Bahuriak, previously called the incident "overblown" and that his client was innocent.
Bahuriak filed a motion to suppress the evidence before the judge of power, saying that a police search for human balloon
The judge gave a motion, saying to Dykstra, " I hope you learned a lesson from it. "
The driver told NJ.com that it was important that Dykstra entered a guilty plea. He said Dykstra was "admitted to what he did in my car."
A kidnapping complaint filed against the driver is pending.
Since leaving baseball, Dykstra served during jail time for bankruptcy fraud, grand theft auto and money
He is currently facing a call for illegal renting rooms in his house for $ 1,000 each
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