Amid allegations that Major League Baseball player Jose Reyes assaulted his wife at the couple’s Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea hotel room on Halloween, a recently released 911 tape documenting the incident adds further insight into the case.
In the call, security told police a man and woman got into an argument, and the woman suffered injuries to her leg and neck.
Dispatcher: 911 how may I help you?
Security: We just had an adult female get into an argument and it's been reported she might have gotten hit, physical contact.
Security: Okay ma'am, they are separated now, but she has some injuries to her left leg and some scratches on her neck. The female is being escorted to our offices now. The male party is in the room.
Reyes, the shortstop for the Colorado Rockies, was arrested and charged for abuse of a family or household member, which happened around 2:30 p.m. on Halloween. According to sources, his wife, Katherine Ramirez, told responding officers that Reyes grabbed her off the bed and shoved her into the sliding glass balcony door. She was taken to the Maui Memorial Medical Center with injuries to her thigh, neck and wrist.
Sources said Reyes was intoxicated when he was taken into custody.
At his court hearing Tuesday on Maui, Reyes' attorney entered a plea of not guilty on behalf of his client, who was not present. If convicted, Reyes could face up to a year in jail and a $2,000 fine.