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One part of the "suspicious incident" case in which 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick was named has apparently been cleared up.
The woman told Miami Police detectives she woke up in a hospital room and "doesn't remember how she got there or who transported her to the hospital," according to the incident report.
She had been in a room at the Miami Viceroy on April 1, beginning at around 9 p.m., with Kaepernick, 49ers wide receiver Quinton Patton and Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Ricardo Lockette, she told detectives.
"At 12:32, Miami Fire Rescue was dispatched to the Viceroy and transported a 25-year-old female from the Viceroy to the Jackson Memorial Hospital emergency room," Miami Fire Lt. Ignatius Carroll told the Miami Herald.
There have been no charges filed in the case, and a police spokesperson said there is no evidence of a crime.
"We have to examine evidence and wait for some tests to come back, including toxicology reports," Police Chief Manuel Orosa told the Miami Herald. "We can present it to the state attorney and they can decide whether to continue.
"It's too early to determine what the evidence indicates."