A West Virginia man known for his rabid support for the Los Angeles Dodgers is in jail accused of crimes at Great American Ball Park.
Troy Sexton, 40, of Hurricane, West Virginia, is at the Hamilton County Justice Center after he was arrested Tuesday night at the Reds game, six years after being banned from Great American Ball Park after his involvement in a fight caused so much commotion that it delayed the game.
Sexton was charged with criminal trespass and obstructing officials business and ordered jailed Wednesday on $40,000 in bonds by Hamilton County Municipal Court Judge Brad Greenberg. Sexton is back in court Thursday to face a felony charge of burglary stemming from the same incident. Court documents note Sexton previously was told to stay "off of Great American Ball Park property," but was there Tuesday.