After Santa Clara County prosecutors dropped domestic violence charges against Ray McDonald, the San Francisco 49er shared his side of the story.
San Francisco 49er defensive lineman Ray McDonald won’t face charges related to a domestic violence arrest in his San Jose home earlier this year.
San Francisco 49ers defensive lineman Ray McDonald will likely not be charged with felony domestic abuse, according to news report.
San Jose Police Department Suspends All Off-Duty Work With 49ers After Officer Involved Stalls Ray McDonald Investigation
The San Jose police officer who was moonlighting for the San Francisco 49ers was on duty and in uniform when he responded to a domestic violence call at Ray McDonald’s home back in August.
A San Jose police officer doing security work for the San Francisco 49ers was the first officer on the scene at the home of San Francisco 49ers player Ray McDonald the night he was arrested for alleged domestic violence, according to a published report.
Police Turn Over Ray McDonald Alleged Domestic Violence Case To Prosecutors; No Decision Yet On Charges
More than a month after his arrest on felony domestic violence charges, the San Jose Police department has turned over its case involving 49ers defensive lineman Ray McDonald to prosecutors.
Prosecutors Cancel 2nd Court Date For 49ers’ Ray McDonald After Arrest For Alleged Domestic Violence
Santa Clara County prosecutors have canceled a second court date for San Francisco 49ers defensive lineman Ray McDonald following his arrest for alleged domestic violence.
In the wake of high-profile cases involving NFL players, Santa Clara city leaders took a stand issuing a resolution on Tuesday against domestic violence, but didn’t mention the recent arrest of a 49er player.
Senator Dianne Feinstein lamented the scandals plaguing the NFL Sunday morning.
National Football League Commissioner Roger Goodell pledged to overhaul the league’s approach to player conduct issues and once again faulted himself for failures to adequately address repeated instances of players involved in domestic violence cases.