Sacramento Kings point player Darren Collison was apprehended Monday on a felony domestic violence charge after apparently attacking a lady at a home outside Sacramento.
Responding to a call early Monday early morning from a female who spokened she was being assaulted, Placer County Sheriff’ s deputies apprehended Collison, 28, after discovering the lady had noticeable injuries, department representative Dena Erwin informed The Huffington Post. The constable’s workplace did not launch the name of the lady.
Collison was reserved into Placer County Jail on one domestic violence charge– a count of causing corporal injury to a partner or cohabitant– and 2 extra misdemeanor warrants for driving with a suspended permit. He was launched later on Monday early morning on $55,000 bail.
Per California’ s chastening code , if Collison is founded guilty, he might deal with 2 to 4 years in a state jail, approximately one year in a county prison, a fine of approximately $6,000, or both a fine and prison time.