Connor Bird, son of Celtics star Larry Bird, faces charges on battery with injury, criminal mischief, intimidation with a deadly weapon and possession of marijuana, said Indiana University Police Chief Keith Cash, in a USA Today report.
Mr. Bird and his ex-girlfriend allegedly fought outside his Bloomington, Ind., apartment. Later, Mr. Bird traveled to his ex-girlfriend’s home to discuss the dispute, according to police, but the argument re-ignited. As the woman tried to walk away, Mr. Bird allegedly tried twice to hit her with his car, according to the USA Today report.
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