Police suspend investigation into Ravens WR Zay Flowers, no charges filed

Baltimore County police suspended an investigation into Ravens wide receiver Zay Flowers without filing charges, according to documents obtained by WBAL NewsRadio.

An investigation started in January over an alleged domestic incident. On Tuesday, a mostly redacted report showed a detailed timeline of the investigation.

On Jan. 21, police officers in Acton, Massachusetts, contacted Baltimore County police, saying they received a report of an assault that happened in Owings Mills on Jan. 16.

According to the report in Acton, the woman said she was bruised in an assault, and she told police she was hesitant to provide information because the person involved was a high-profile NFL player. The woman told police the brother of the person involved pulled out a gun.

A woman is heard crying on a 911 call before she told the operator she is OK and hung up.

The woman never responded to detectives who were investigating the incident. Through his attorney, Flowers declined to talk to the detectives handling the case.

The report indicated the case was suspended as of last Friday. Investigators do not intend to press charges.

Since the investigation is suspended, if the department feels charges are warranted later, the case could be reopened.



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