SAGINAW TOWNSHIP (AP) – Police say a Michigan father has been banned from attending a youth baseball league’s games after he got into a dispute with another spectator.
The Saginaw News reports that police in Saginaw County’s Saginaw Township have issued a trespass warning against the Saginaw man, threatening him with arrest if he returns to the South Little League fields at Zauel Park. The league is for 7- and 8-year-olds.
Police say he got over-excited about his child not being picked for the all-star team, got angry with a coach and was using the F-word on Saturday.
The man was involved in what police described as a minor assault with another parent before police arrived.
No arrests were made and no injuries were reported. The parent’s name wasn’t immediately released.
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