Tests for drugs and alcohol came back negative, as he said they would, so Dodgers first baseman James Loney won't be charged in his November 14 crash on the Ventura Freeway. He was driving his 2009 Maserati on the westbound 101 near the 405 when he hit three cars and came to a stop. Witnesses said that he appeared to be out when they approached, and that he made bizarre comments. Police had him taken to a hospital in handcuffs. But when he came to there were no police around, Loney says, so he went home. A spokesman for the Los Angeles City Attorney's office confirmed on Wednesday there would be no criminal charges filed. TMZ, ESPN LA, LA Times
The most bizarre thing about the Loney crash and detainment is it went unreported in Los Angeles for three weeks until TMZ finally picked up on it.