Fremantles off-season woes have continued after Shane Yarran became the latest player to get caught up in a police investigation.Just days after it was alleged Michael Johnson punched a man in a kebab shop, Yarran has been charged with common assault in an incident that allegedly involved a family member on Sunday.Yarran will front the Fremantle Magistrates Court on December 6, and the Dockers released a statement saying the forward intends to plead not guilty to the charge.Fremantle claim they were only told about the incident late on Tuesday.An allegation of this nature is treated with the utmost seriousness by the club and we will continue to monitor the legal process closely, Fremantle chief executive Steve Rosich said in a statement.Yarran, who is currently on leave, is due to resume pre-season training next week.The 27-year-old was drafted by the Dockers as a mature-age recruit last year, and he booted 10 goals in six games in an impressive start to his AFL career.Yarran had been earmarked for a regular starting role in 2017, but his immediate AFL future is now unclear following the assault charge.Teammate Johnson is being investigated by police after a Bunbury schoolteacher claimed the veteran defender punched him in the head in the early hours of Sunday.The teacher, Tim, has released a video that appears to show Johnson with his pants down around his ankles in a kebab shop in Leederville in inner-city Perth.He said he was filming Johnson when the AFL stars partner took offence and snatched his phone.The 32-year-old Docker allegedly hit Tim in an ensuing argument.CCTV footage appears to show two men being felled by Johnson during the scuffle.Johnson, who was dressed in a suit at the time, raises his fists after the two men were knocked to the ground.Rosich said Johnson was cooperating fully with inquiries into the incident.We are treating the matter seriously and we are very disappointed that Michael placed himself in such a situation last weekend, Rosich said.In this instance the position Michael placed himself in, including his alleged behaviour, was not acceptable. As a club we support the person and challenge the behaviour.Thankfully, there was not anyone seriously injured.Johnson was suspended for six weeks and dropped from the clubs leadership group in 2010 after being caught in possession of cocaine by police.The 209-game veteran won back his spot in the leadership group earlier this year, but that position is now on shaky ground.Johnson managed just four games last season before a serious knee and hamstring injury ended his campaign.Fremantles 2016 season was wracked by poor form, injuries, and rumours of player unrest.The coaching style of Ross Lyon was also put under the spotlight amidst the rumours of player discontent. Dalton Hilliard Jersey . Badenhop was 2-3 with a 3.47 ERA in 63 relief appearances for Milwaukee this season. He is 18-20 in his career with three saves and a 3. Ken Stabler Jersey . 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McCullum crunched 47 from 27 balls in his 260th and final ODI to help propel the Black Caps to 223-4 in the 41st over, before a dramatic collapse saw the home side lose their last six wickets for 23 runs in 30 deliveries and crumble to 246 all out.Australia suffered a meltdown of their own, though, to slip from 153-4 to 191 all out in 43.4 overs - Matt Henry (3-60) the pick of the bowlers - as New Zealand sealed a 2-1 win.McCullum will get the chance to end his international career with Test glory, too, when he leads his team into the two-game Trans Tasman Trophy series against Australia, starting at Wellingtons Basin Reserve on Friday. Brendon McCullum hit a quick-fire 47 in his final ODI The 34-year-old smoked three sixes in his knock - taking his career total in ODIs to 200, a tally only bettered by Shahid Afridi (351), Sanath Jayasuriya (270) and Chris Gayle (238) - during an opening stand of 84 in 9.3 overs with Martin Guptill (59) after the Black Caps were asked to bat.McCullum - who made his ODI debut against Australia at the SCG in 2002 - perished three runs shy of a 33rd fifty after splicing Mitchell Marsh (3-34) down the ground, the skipper receiving a rapturous ovation from the Seddon Park crowd as he strode off.New Zealand continued to tick along thereafter but when Josh Hazlewood (2-45) ended a patient 52-run stand between Grant Elliott (50) and Corey Anderson (27) by having the latter caught at long-on, the hosts lower order wilted. 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