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April 14, 2014 at 1:17 PM

Report: Ricardo Lockette made call in “suspicious incident”

A Miami radio host, Andy Slater, reported today that Seahawks receiver Ricardo Lockette made the 911 call that ended up in a woman being transported to a hospital and resulted in a police report of a “suspicious incident” that also involved 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick and receiver Quinton Patton.

Slater Tweeted the Incident Report that included the note of the call from Lockette, who is reported as the owner of the apartment where the incident occurred:

https://twitter.com/AndySlater/status/455772812846710784/photo/1

The Miami Police Department’s report of the incident said only that the investigation into the incident continues and did not make any specific charges or allegations against any of the three players named.

As the report shown indicates, Lockette made the call at 12:03 a.m. and did so after the female, whose name has been redacted from the reports and has not been identified, refused to leave the suite.

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