A report reveals details of the arrest of Boston Bruins winger Lucic

A report reveals details of the arrest of Boston Bruins winger Lucic

Newly obtained records from the Boston Police Department reveal details about the arrest of veteran Boston Bruins forward Milan Lucic following a domestic incident first reported by SportsCenter 5 over the weekend. According to the incident report, the incident began at 1:04 a.m. Saturday when an officer responded to a radio call reporting an assault and battery at a waterfront apartment building located along Battery Street in the North End. The officer said he met the victim, a member of the Lucic family, in the lobby of the building. The victim said Lucic was unable to locate his cell phone after a night out that they believe involved alcohol. According to the report, the victim told the officer that Lucic began screaming and demanding the phone. A family member told Lucic that they did not have the phone or know where it was and tried to walk away, but told police that Lucic grabbed their hair and pulled them back. The victim also told police that Lucic said they weren’t going anywhere. An officer noted redness in the victim’s chest but noted that the victim said Lucic did not try to strangle them and refused to be seen by EMS. A sergeant photographed the victim’s injuries. The officer and sergeant then went to the apartment where they met Lucic. The report states that he appeared intoxicated when he opened the door. “He told officers nothing had happened and did not attempt to provide any explanation.” Sergeant Lucic reported the allegation and the officer escorted him upstairs to his bedroom to retrieve his clothes. They noticed a broken lamp on one of the nightstands in the bedroom and what appeared to be a small amount of broken glass on the floor, although they noted Lucic said it was shards of plastic. At that point, Lucic was arrested for assault and battery on a family member and transported to the Boston Police Department’s A-1 Police Station. According to the document, one of the officers involved in transporting Lucic to the station shares a surname with Bruins captain Brad Marchand. Lucic is expected to appear in a Boston courtroom this week to be charged, according to the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office. The Boston Bruins announced over the weekend that Lucic will take an “indefinite leave of absence” from the team. “The organization takes these matters very seriously, and we will work with the Lucic family to provide any support and assistance they may need,” the Bruins’ written statement read. “To anyone about putting this situation in now more than we did after yesterday’s game,” Bruins head coach Jim Montgomery said Sunday. Lucic, a 2011 Stanley Cup winner with the Bruins, returned during the offseason, signing a $1 million contract with a $500,000 cap hit. More is possible in performance-based incentives. He debuted with the Bruins in 2007 and spent eight seasons in Boston before returning in the offseason. The 6-foot-3, 236-pound Lucic was placed on the Bruins’ long-term injured list last month. Bruins captain Brad Marchand said Saturday that he was aware of what happened with Lucic. “The most important thing to us is that we care so much about their families,” Marchand said. “We’re a family here. We’re all very, very close, so we’re also very concerned, you know, and upset about them and what they’re going through.” “Brittany (Lucic’s wife) and the kids and Lucic himself,” Marchand said. “Because of that respect for them, you know, that’s going to be the case now.” Marchand said the players did not have any details about the incident. “We don’t really know a lot of what happened, what happened, so it’s very difficult to comment on a lot of it.” Marchand said. “Obviously I’ve known Lucic for a long time. He’s a very good friend and it’s hard to see your teammates and your friends going through things like this and their families.” The 35-year-old Lucic played in four games, catching two assists before suffering what the team described as a lower-body injury after suffering an ankle blow in a game against Los Angeles on Oct. 21. Montgomery said earlier this week that Lucic’s recovery from the injury was slower than planned. “Loach is not going as fast as we expected, so he may be a week later than we expected, but it’s not dramatic,” Montgomery said.

Newly obtained records from the Boston Police Department reveal details about the arrest of veteran Boston Bruins forward Milan Lucic following a domestic incident first reported by SportsCenter 5 over the weekend.

According to the incident report, the incident began at 1:04 a.m. Saturday when an officer responded to a radio call reporting an assault and battery at a waterfront apartment building located along Battery Street in the North End. The officer said he met the victim, a member of the Lucic family, in the lobby of the building.

The victim said Lucic was unable to locate his cell phone after a night out that they believe involved alcohol. According to the report, the victim told the officer that Lucic began screaming and demanding the phone.

A family member told Lucic they didn’t have the phone or know where it was and tried to walk away, but told police Lucic grabbed their hair and pulled them back. The victim also told police that Lucic said they weren’t going anywhere.

An officer noted redness in the victim’s chest but noted that the victim said Lucic did not try to strangle them and refused to be seen by EMS. A sergeant photographed the victim’s injuries.

The officer and sergeant then went to the apartment where they met Luczek.

“He appeared to be intoxicated when he opened the door,” the report states. “He told officers nothing had happened and did not attempt to provide any explanation.”

Sergeant Lucic reported the allegation and the officer escorted him upstairs to his bedroom to retrieve his clothes. They noticed a broken lamp on one of the nightstands in the bedroom and what appeared to be a small amount of broken glass on the floor, although they noted Lucic said it was shards of plastic.

At that point, Lucic was arrested for assault and battery on a family member and transported to the Boston Police Department’s A-1 Police Station. According to the document, one of the officers involved in transporting Lucic to the station shares a surname with Bruins captain Brad Marchand.

Lucic is expected to appear in a Boston courtroom this week to be charged, according to the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office.

The Boston Bruins announced over the weekend that Lucic will take an “indefinite leave of absence” from the team.

“The organization takes these matters very seriously, and we will work with the Lucic family to provide any support and assistance they may need,” the Bruins’ written statement read.

“I have no further comment because I haven’t talked to anyone about the current situation more than we did after the game yesterday,” Bruins coach Jim Montgomery said Sunday.

Lucic, a 2011 Stanley Cup winner with the Bruins, returned during the offseason, signing a $1 million deal with a possible additional $500,000 in performance-based incentives.

He debuted with the Bruins in 2007 and spent eight seasons in Boston before returning in the offseason.

The 6-foot-3, 236-pound Lucic was placed on the Bruins’ long-term injured list last month.

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Bruins left winger Milan Lucic leaves prior to a first-round MLS game between the New England Revolution and the Philadelphia Union on Nov. 8, 2023, at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro.

Bruins captain Brad Marchand He said Saturday that he is aware of what happened With Lucic.

“The most important thing to us is that we care so much about their families,” Marchand said. “We’re a family here. We’re all very, very close, so we’re also very concerned, you know, and upset about them and what they’re going through.”

“We have a lot of support for Brittany (Lucic’s wife) and the kids and Lucic himself,” Marchand said. “Because of that respect for them, you know, that’s going to be the case for now.”

Marchand said the players did not have any details about the incident.

“We don’t really know a lot of what happened, what happened, so it’s very difficult to comment on a lot of it.” Marchand said. “Obviously I’ve known Lucic for a long time. He’s a very good friend and it’s hard to see your teammates and your friends going through things like this and their families.”

Lucic, 35, played in four games and assisted on two goals before suffering what the team described as a lower-body injury after suffering a knock to his ankle in a match against Los Angeles on October 21.

Montgomery He said earlier this week Lucic’s recovery from injury was slower than planned.

“Loach is not going as fast as we expected, so he may be a week later than we expected, but it’s not dramatic,” Montgomery said.

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