Police details from Brandon Marshall's home unsettling
The sordid details of an investigation into an alleged domestic dispute at the home of Miami Dolphins wide receiver Brandon Marshall in April paints an ugly picture.
Ben Volin of the Palm Beach Post lays out the information in great detail. The Broward State Attorney’s Office has declined to press charges against Marshall’s wife for the April 22 incident citing a lack of evidence.
But there appears to be a lot of evidence after incident reports were released from the incident in which nine officers responded to the home. Per the report, there was a large pool of blood in the foyer of the home, and trails of blood leading elsewhere in the house. Marshall’s wrists had several cuts and he had a wound on his abdomen.
Michi-Nogami Marshall, his wife, had a bruised faced and small cuts on her fingers and foot. Clearly, something happened, and in the home’s office a 13-inch knife was next to a magazine clip for a semi-automatic handgun.
Marshall’s wife was charged with felony battery but the charges were dropped. Marshall said he was hurt falling on a glass vase.
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