SANTA ANA, Calif. — After checking nearly 40 complaints about parties and noise, prosecutors have decided there is not enough evidence to charge Dennis Rodman with disturbing the peace.
Witnesses were either anonymous or uncooperative, no crime was committed or there wasn't enough documentation for charges, spokeswoman Tori Richards, of the Orange County District Attorney's Office, said Wednesday.
Thirty-six incidents were reviewed over a nearly one-year period starting July 5, 1999, Richards said.
The former basketball star has been fined thousands of dollars for citations issued when police have been to his house. When the complaints continued, police asked the district attorney to charge Rodman with violating the city's noise ordinance.