Missouri wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham won't face any charges related to a burglary reported at the Brookside Apartments early Sunday morning. That's according to a statement released by Columbia Police Thursday.
The incident report, released the same day, alleges that Green-Beckham had forced his way into the apartment, injuring a resident by knocking her down some stairs. Green-Beckham had reportedly been looking for his girlfriend at the time.
According to the police report, the two women who had tried to bar his entry have declined to press charges. The injured woman reportedly told police she was afraid of the community and media backlash if she pressed charges against the star MU player.
Tigers coach Gary Pinkel had suspended Green-Beckham indefinitely for an undisclosed violation of team rules.
Burglary, not drugs. That's what Missouri wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham may be involved with according to police in Columbia.
Until Wednesday's public information report, the police had declined any comment on the pending investigation into Sunday's burglary involving Green-Beckham, though it's still unclear if he is a suspect, victim or witness.
The report says police responded to a first-degree burglary at the Brookside Townhomes about 2:30 Sunday morning. The Columbia Missourian quotes residents as saying Green-Beckham was involved in an incident there around that time. But no one has been arrested or charged in the case.
On Monday, Mizzou Coach Gary Pinkel announced the Tiger stand-out had been indefinitely suspended for an unspecified violation of team rules.
Green-Beckham has been the subject what police have called two separate marijuana-related arrests within about 15 months, the latest in January in his home town of Springfield. But his adoptive father, Hillcrest High School football coach John Beckham, tells the Springfield News-Leader that his suspension isn't related to those incidents.
Students at the University of Missouri are being warned to be extra vigilant after a female student reported being raped near campus over the weekend.
The student told Residential Life that she'd been raped late Saturday night or very early Sunday morning in the 800 block of Richmond Avenue. University officials say they're working with the victim to make sure she receives the resources and assistance she needs.
Additional details about the crime haven't been released. Police say their investigation is ongoing.