The investigation into a Saturday 911 call that resulted in sheriff's deputies being called to the San Jose home of 49ers linebacker Aldon Smith -- following a shooting and a stabbing -- continued Monday with a spokesperson telling Comcast SportsNet Bay Area that detectives have not identified a suspect or suspects.
Santa Clara County Sheriff press officer Jose Cordoza indicated that detectives have follow-up interviews to conduct with people who were there and hope that they can generate additional information from that process.
According to the Santa Clara Sheriff's Office, officers responded to a 911 call at 2:14 a.m. from a large house party hosted by Smith, and transported three victims to local hospitals with non-life-threatening wounds.
Responding deputies were met by a large crowd and located two gunshot victims and one stabbing victim.
Multiple sources told CSNBayArea.com Saturday evening that Smith sustained minor stab wounds, most likely from a small pocketknife, while he attempted to break up a fight. The location of the wounds are believed to be in his shoulder and abdomen.
Smith was admitted to the emergency room at Regional Medical Center in San Jose. He was treated and released at 5 a.m., a hospital source told CSNBayArea.com.
Smith's first NFL offseason has been tumultuous. He was arrested on suspicion of DUI in Miami Beach on Jan. 28, booked in Miami-Dade County jail and held on 1,000 bond. Smith recently told CSNBayAreas Mindi Bach that he was not officially charged and the issue was behind him. He declined further comment.
Smiths mother, reached over the weekend at her home in Missouri, declined comment on her sons condition.
Agent Ben Dogra, who represents Smith, also declined comment.
Smith, the No. 7 overall pick of the 49ers last year, signed a four-year, 14.38 million contract that included a signing bonus of 8.96 million.
He recorded 14 sacks and 30 tackles in 16 games, as well as two sacks and four tackles in two postseason games.
Smith, 22, surpassed Charles Haley's mark of 13 for the most sacks by a rookie in a 49ers season, and came up a half sack shy of Jevon Kearse's all-time rookie record of 14.5 sacks.