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Ottawa police deny Sidney Crosby arrested

By The Canadian Press

OTTAWA - Ottawa police are denying a published report that they arrested NHL superstar Sidney Crosby.

QMI Agency quoted sources as saying the Pittsburgh Penguins captain was arrested late Tuesday while driving a rented Porsche.

The report said the reason for the arrest was unknown but that it appeared to be "driving related."

The Ottawa police duty desk told The Canadian Press: "It never happened."

Ottawa police Chief Charles Bordeleau also tweeted that the police "have had no dealings with Mr. Crosby."

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