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October 23, 1986
Former New York Yankees first baseman Joe Pepitone was sentenced Wednesday to six months in jail on drug charges. In sentencing Pepitone, 46, Justice Alan Marrus was strongly critical of Pepitone, at one point quoting from the baseball player's autobiography, "Joe, Ya Coulda Made Us Proud." "You were once a first-rate ballplayer," the judge told Pepitone. "Now you stand before the court as a second-rate drug operator.
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January 11, 1992
Joe Pepitone, former New York Yankee first baseman, has been charged with misdemeanor assault after a scuffle at a Catskill mountain resort hotel with five men. The melee occurred in the lounge of the Concord Hotel after John Capurso of Bayport, N.Y., referred to Pepitone as a "has-been," state police trooper Randall McGregor said.
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January 11, 1992
Joe Pepitone, former New York Yankee first baseman, has been charged with misdemeanor assault after a scuffle at a Catskill mountain resort hotel with five men. The melee occurred in the lounge of the Concord Hotel after John Capurso of Bayport, N.Y., referred to Pepitone as a "has-been," state police trooper Randall McGregor said.
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May 3, 1985 | Associated Press
Former New York Yankee star first baseman and outfielder Joe Pepitone was indicted today along with two other men on drug and weapon possession charges, a prosecutor's office announced. Pepitone, 44, Thomas Carbone, 51, and Robert Oates, 46, were charged with possession of cocaine, depressant pills and drug paraphernalia and with illegal possession of a weapon. They were arrested March 18 when police stopped their car for going through a red light.
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March 19, 1985 | United Press International
Former New York Yankees first baseman Joe Pepitone was arrested in Brooklyn and charged with possession of heroin and cocaine worth $70,000 and a loaded .22-caliber Derringer, police said today. The flamboyant 44-year-old Pepitone was arrested Monday night along with two other men in a 1982 Buick Riviera in the Brownsville section of Brooklyn. Police Sgt.
SPORTS
October 23, 1986
Former New York Yankees first baseman Joe Pepitone was sentenced Wednesday to six months in jail on drug charges. In sentencing Pepitone, 46, Justice Alan Marrus was strongly critical of Pepitone, at one point quoting from the baseball player's autobiography, "Joe, Ya Coulda Made Us Proud." "You were once a first-rate ballplayer," the judge told Pepitone. "Now you stand before the court as a second-rate drug operator.
NEWS
May 3, 1985 | Associated Press
Former New York Yankee star first baseman and outfielder Joe Pepitone was indicted today along with two other men on drug and weapon possession charges, a prosecutor's office announced. Pepitone, 44, Thomas Carbone, 51, and Robert Oates, 46, were charged with possession of cocaine, depressant pills and drug paraphernalia and with illegal possession of a weapon. They were arrested March 18 when police stopped their car for going through a red light.
NEWS
March 19, 1985 | United Press International
Former New York Yankees first baseman Joe Pepitone was arrested in Brooklyn and charged with possession of heroin and cocaine worth $70,000 and a loaded .22-caliber Derringer, police said today. The flamboyant 44-year-old Pepitone was arrested Monday night along with two other men in a 1982 Buick Riviera in the Brownsville section of Brooklyn. Police Sgt.
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November 9, 1991 | JULIE CART and RANDY HARVEY, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The prominent NBA player met a beautiful young woman after a road game at a restaurant near the arena and, after a few drinks, asked if he could go home with her. She agreed, with one condition. In return for her companionship, he had to give her a pair of autographed sneakers. When they arrived at her bedroom, he fulfilled his part of the agreement, producing the shoes from his shoulder bag and signing them.
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