Former Mets Executive Zack Scott Found Not Guilty in DWI Case

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Sports Illustrated

By Michael Shapiro Scott was found not guilty in White Plains (N.Y.) City Court. View the original article to see embedded media. Former Mets general manager Zack Scott was found not guilty of DWI charges on Thursday, per The Athletic’s Tim Britton. Scott was arrested on August 31 after police found him sleeping in his car early in White Plains, New York. He charged in early September, and was subsequently fired by New York in November. He was found not guilty after a judge determined Scott had passed field sobriety tests after refusing breathalyzer and blood tests. “I am thankful for today’s …

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