No charges filed in club fight involving Bucks player

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by Chris Patterson
by Matt Doyle

MILWAUKEE -- The Milwaukee County District Attorney's Office has announced no criminal charges will be filed in the fight at Milwaukee's Apartment 720 involving Milwaukee Bucks player Larry Sanders.

The district attorney's office says they are referring the case back to the Milwaukee Police Department to determine whether any municipal citations are appropriate.

The investigation couldn't determine how the fight started and who started it.

A 26-year-old Sussex man told police his forehead was cut when he was struck with a bottle during a fight at a Milwaukee club called Apartment 720. In their report, the Milwaukee Police didn't identify Bucks player Larry Sanders, but the Milwaukee Bucks released a statement saying, "We are aware of an incident from Saturday evening. The matter is under investigation and Larry Sanders is cooperating fully. At this time we will have no further comment."

Sanders sat out the November 6th game with a thumb injury. He's the centerpiece of a revamped Milwaukee Bucks team. 

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