Dodgers star Julio Urias was arrested Sunday night for felony domestic violence in Los Angeles, TMZ Sports has learned.
Details surrounding the arrest are not currently clear … but we know the 27-year-old starting pitcher was taken into custody in the L.A. area just after 11 PM, and transported to an LAPD jail, where he was booked around 1 AM.
Urias was listed at 6’1 and 240 lbs. on his jail booking sheet.
Bond was set at $50K … and after 4 hours behind bars, Urias — who is earning over $14 million this season — posted and was released around 5 AM Monday morning.
It’s not the first time Julio has been arrested for domestic violence. Back in May 2019, Urias was involved in an alleged incident at the Beverly Center mall in Beverly Hills. Urias was accused of pushing a woman he was with, however, the alleged victim told investigators she simply fell.
Ultimately, prosecutors did not charge Urias with a crime. Still, Urias was suspended 20 games by MLB for violating their Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, and Child Abuse Policy.
Urias, who will be a free agent after this season, last pitched for the Dodgers on Friday, September 1 … a subpar outing for him, giving up 5 earned runs in 5 innings of work.
Julio, who won a World Series in 2020, has a court date scheduled for later this month.