Arizona Coyotes minority proprietor Andrew Barroway was arrested and charged with felony strangulation and misdemeanor second-degree assault in Aspen on Thursday, in line with a report from the Aspen Daily News.
Police arrested Barroway, 57, on the Limelight Hotel on Monarch St. at 9:35 a.m. on Thursday. Barroway was taken to Pitkin County Jail and remained there till he posted a $2,500 bond on Friday morning.
Barroway is now below a courtroom order that prohibits him from having any contact along with his spouse, besides in the case of issues involving their kids and consuming alcohol, per the report.
The NHL launched a press release on Barroway’s arrest through which it introduced that he has been suspended indefinitely.
“The National Hockey League is conscious of the arrest of Arizona Coyotes’ minority proprietor Andrew Barroway,” the NHL stated in its assertion. “Pending additional data, he has been suspended indefinitely.”
In October of 2014, Barroway bought a majority share of the Coyotes for $152.5 million. Three years later, Barroway purchased out the opposite IceArizona companions to change into the franchise’s sole proprietor.
In 2019, Barroway offered off his majority curiosity within the Coyotes to present majority shareholder Alex Meruelo.
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