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Juan Carlos Oviedo (Leo Nunez) Arrested In Dominican Republic

About two months ago, Marlins closer Leo Nunez admitted he had falsified his name and age. He’s really Juan Carlos Oviedo. Shortly afterward, it was announced that there would be no criminal charges against Nunez/Oviedo in his home country, the Dominican Republic. That is no longer true, as of Thursday morning; this Spanish-language article indicates that Oviedo has been arrested.
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