Braves Outfielder Marcell Ozuna was detained early on Friday and accused with operating a vehicle while intoxicated

Ozuna was detained by a Norcross Police officer in metro Atlanta and put into the Gwinnett County prison at about 4:30 a.m. Friday 

He was released on a $1,830 bond after being charged with DUI and failing to maintain lane 

He said on his detention "I disappointed my team and my family. I don't have anything to say more. It's a legal matter."  

The team stated that our organization takes these issues extremely seriously, and we are certainly disappointed with the current state of affairs   

For Ozuna, it was his second arrest. He was initially detained on May 29, 2021, on suspicion of battery and aggravated assault by strangulation    

After he successfully completed a pretrial diversion program, those charges were dismissed    

Ozuna’s pretrial agreement included 3-6 months of supervision and completion of a 24-week family violence intervention program, anger management and 100 hours of community service.    

Ozuna was also suspended for the final 20 games of the 2021 season because of the allegations