Miami Police concludes 'suspicious incident' investigation

Miami Police concludes 'suspicious incident' investigation
May 28, 2014, 9:30 am
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The State Attorney’s Office is evaluating the evidence against Colin Kaepernick and Quinton Patton, and there is no timetable for a decision whether to prosecute. (USATI)

The Miami Police Department has concluded its investigation into the “suspicious incident” in which 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, receiver Quinton Patton and Seattle receiver Ricardo Lockette were named in an incident report last month.

“Our investigation has been presented to our (Miami-Dade) State Attorney’s Office and we await their decision whether to prosecute or not,” Miami Chief of Police Manuel Orosa told on Wednesday via email.

Orosa declined to comment on any of the evidence in the case or the results of the toxicology tests. When asked if Kaepernick, Patton or Lockette have been interviewed, Orosa responded, “Their attorney declined our invitation for interviews.”

Previously, Miami Police stated there was no evidence of a crime. And the woman stated in the initial report she did not have sex with Kaepernick that evening.

The alleged incident occurred the evening of April 1 and early morning of April 2 when the woman – identified as “Jesus” in a 911 recording – visited the Miami apartment the three football players shared while taking part in offseason training.

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The woman said in the initial report that she felt light-headed after having mixed drinks and marijuana. She woke up in a hospital bed and had no idea how she got there, according to the report.

In 911 tapes that Miami Police released on May 6, a man, previously reported as Lockette, said there was a naked woman in his friend’s bed and she would not leave. The friend, believed to be Kaepernick, was not at the apartment, according to the caller.

“We asked her to leave,” the caller to 911 said. “Told her he’s not going to be here tonight. And she said she was not leaving until she sees him.”

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The State Attorney’s Office is evaluating the evidence, and there is no timetable for a decision whether to prosecute.

“We have been working with the police in regards to the incident almost from the beginning,” said Ed Griffith of the State Attorney’s Office.

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