Los Angeles Kings defenseman Slava Voynov is serving his sentence for a domestic violence charge.
The sentence is for 90 days in the Seal Beach Police Detention Center, according to the Los Angeles Times.
Voynov has been suspended by the NHL since being arrested in October.
From the Los Angeles Times:
After pleading no contest to a misdemeanor domestic violence charge earlier this month, Kings defenseman Slava Voynov is spending part of his summer in the Seal Beach Police Detention Center.
The Seal Beach city attorney confirmed Tuesday that Voynov started serving his 90-day sentence in the city’s facility July 7.
The Seal Beach Police Department previously refused to confirm Voynov’s presence, citing longstanding department policy against confirming the names of those in custody. California law requires such information to be made public in most situations.
The report also reads that Voynov must complete a 52-week domestic violence prevention program, as well as eight hours of community service.
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