Miguel Cabrera Reportedly Threatened To 'Kill All Of You' In Florida Restaurant Before DUI Arrest

03/10/2011 09:44 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

More details about Detroit Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera's DUI arrest have been revealed, the Detroit Free Press reported on Wednesday.

According to the 41-page police report, Cabrera allegedly threatened the manager of a steakhouse and an off-duty wildlife officer shortly before the arrest.

The manager and officer told police that Cabrera, the Detroit Tigers' All-Star first baseman, smelled of alcohol, insinuated that he had a gun in a shoulder bag and said, "I know all of you, and I will kill all of you and blow this place up."

Cabrera was said to have entered Cowboys Bar-B-Q & Steak Co. around 10:15 p.m. After the manager reportedly told him that they were closing, Cabrera "leaned near" the manager's face and told him, "I will kill you." He left the restaurant 10 minutes later.

During the arrest, Cabrera reportedly told police to shoot him.

Cabrera, his attorney and the Tigers have not commented on the report.

The 27-year-old was arrested on Feb. 16 in Florida for suspicion of driving under the influence and two counts of resisting an officer without violence.

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