An investigation by the Tallahassee Police Department concluded without Florida State running back Karlos Williams being charged over a domestic battery case.
An investigation by the Tallahassee Police Department concluded without Florida State running back Karlos Williams being charged in a domestic battery case, according to a police report released Wednesday.
A police spokesman told ESPN.com that the case won't be investigated further unless new evidence emerges.
The case is being classified as open/inactive, according to the police report. "Without a statement or additional evidence there is no way to further this case," the report says.
The woman Williams was accused of assaulting emailed an investigator saying she decided not to press charges. But she requested a victim advocate, according to the report.
Williams is subject to a Title IX investigation by Florida State. The University is already under investigation by the Department of Education over potential Title IX violations following rape allegations against quarterback Jameis Winston.
TPD announced in October that it was investigating a domestic battery case that allegedly involved Williams.
Over eight games this season, Williams has rushed for 520 yards and nine touchdowns.