If you’re anything like us, then you’re likely wondering how things are going with Andrew Toles. The former Dodgers’ outfielder will always be a fan favorite, and as such we all want to make sure he is taken care of.
Toles was arrested in June for a trespassing charge after spending the night behind a Key West airport. The Dodgers star was asked to leave but presumably did not have anywhere else to go. Toles could face up to a year in prison and/or a year of probation to go along with a $1,000 fine if convicted.
As of now, the major update from The LA Times is that Toles’ court date has been moved. His attorney was granted a continuance in the case, pushing the date to September 30th. Continuances are generally granted in order to allow for more preparation from one side before a case goes to trial. The Dodgers outfielder is being represented by Halford Schuhmacher, an attorney hired by his family.
After Toles’ initial arrest, his family came forward to release details about the last few years of his life. We recommend reading the updates to understand what he has had to go through to get him to where he is today. Toles will always be a favorite among Dodgers fans, myself included. So we will make sure to bring you the updates as they come in.