Sergio Romo Will Not Be Prosecuted In Vegas Airport Bust

Sergio Romo Will Not Be Prosecuted In Vegas Airport Bust
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According to TMZ, World Series superstar Sergio Romo will not be charged following his recent Vegas bust!

Romo had been detained by police on New Year’s Day– after the San Francisco pitcher allegedly became “angry and aggressive” with a TSA agent at the airport.

Romo was cited with a misdemeanor — and escorted off airport grounds.

However, Romo will not be charged due to a “lack of prosecutorial resources.”

The rep explains, “We simply do not have the manpower or resources to go forward on every case … and must weigh the value, provability, and seriousness of each case accordingly.”

In other words, Romo ain’t shit!

Ashton Tyler | Elite. 

Photo Credit: Stephen Dunn/Getty Images

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