Dorial Green-Beckham won’t be charged, but disturbing details emerge about incident

The Columbia Police Department issued a statement regarding Missouri suspended wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham, who has been connected with an alleged burglary probe, and said he will not be charged.

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“The burglary investigation that occurred on 4/6/14 at 2:36 A.M. in the 300 block of Old Plank Road involving Dorial Green-Beckham has been completed. Based on the information obtained during the investigation there will be no arrests made in this case.”

Gary Pinkel indefinitely suspended DGB this week for violating team rules.

According to the Columbian Daily Tribune, the incident report released by the police indicated an altercation between Green-Beckham, his girlfriend and two other women early Sunday morning.

The report said DGB unlawfully entered the apartment and forced the door open as one of the occupants tried to keep him out. The report also said that DGB assaulted one of the occupants by pushing her and causing her to fall down “at least four stairs”.

Green-Beckham and his girlfriend then left. The other two women decided against pressing charges and signed “decline of prosecution” forms.

David Morrison, of the Columbia Daily Tribune, obtained the incident report and shared information on Twitter.

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