Suspended Mizzou WR Dorial Green-Beckham
finished with 883 receiving yards last season. (Todd Kirkland/Icon SMI)
There will be no arrest made in the case involving suspended Missouri receiver Dorial Green-Beckham, the Columbia Tribune reported Thursday.
A Columbia police spokesman told the Tribune that there would be no arrest in the case based on information obtained from an investigation. Green-Beckham was suspended indefinitely earlier this week by Missouri coach Gary Pinkel for a violation of team rules.
Reports had linked Green-Beckham to a burglary that occurred at a Columbia apartment complex over the weekend.
An incident report released by the Columbia Police Department on Thursday details an altercation involving Green-Beckham, his girlfriend and two other women in the early morning hours at the Brookside Townhomes on Sunday.
Green-Beckham unlawfully entered an apartment at 310 W. Old Plank Rd. at 2:36 a.m., according to the report, forcing the door open as one of the occupants was trying to close it on him after initially opening the door because she was expecting company.
Green-Beckham then allegedly forced his way into the apartment.
According to the report, Green-Beckham "assaulted" another occupant of the apartment after entering it by pushing her, causing her to fall down "at least 4 stairs striking the floor." Green-Beckham had entered the apartment looking for his girlfriend, according to the report.
Green-Beckham and his girlfriend then left, according to the report.
On Thursday David Morrison of the Tribune said the incident report shed light on details of the alleged assaults.
Green-Beckham's girlfriend also allegedly attempted to discourage the victims from pressing charges.
Green-Beckham, the top-rated overall recruit in the country coming out of Hillcrest (Mo.) High in 2012, recorded 59 catches for 883 yards and 12 touchdowns last season. He is set to enter his junior season this fall but remains suspended from the Missouri football team.