The Saginaw Spirit didn't dress Dalton Young for their final game last season, which was an eyebrow-raising move at the time since he was a seasoned defenceman who logged a lot of ice time.
Whether that was due to some personal issue is unclear, but now the 20-year-old is facing rather serious criminal charges following a situation in his hometown in Michigan. The Marysville, Mich., native, on the same day that he arraigned after allegedly assaulting his girlfriend, is facing counts of assault and home invasion after forcing his way into the young woman's home and attacking her father, according to police.
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Young was arraigned Sunday on charges of assault with intent to do great bodily harm less than murder, first-degree home invasion, and resisting and obstructing a police officer, Marysville Police Chief Tim Buelow said in an email.
... Young had been arrested Thursday after he allegedly assaulted his 20-year-old girlfriend. He was arraigned Friday and released with a no contact order.
The same day, he visited his girlfriend’s home in the 2700 block of River Road, Buelow said.