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Free tickets to 49ers games create problems for San Jose police

ABC7 News has learned that San Jose police officials accepted gifts from the San Francisco 49ers. What the officers did was in violation of a San Jose city ordinance. What's less clear is whether they violated department policy. It's a story you'll only see on ABC7 News. You'll recall that earlier this month, a San Jose police sergeant was called by Niners defensive...
Via Pro Sports Daily
6 hours ago  |  Discuss

San Jose police officer attended Ray McDonald’s party prior to his arrest

The San Jose police department has announced that they’ve banned their officers from working for the San Francisco 49ers while off duty officer Sgt. Sean Pritchard attended a party run by defensive lineman Ray McDonald and than was later involved in arresting McDonald that same night. The San Jose Police Department has barred officers from working for the San Francisco 49ers...
Via Pro Football Zone
13 days ago  |  Discuss

San Jose Cop Partied With Ray McDonald Before Arresting Him

The officers of the San Jose Police Department will have to figure out other ways to make money on the side after having their moonlighting gig with the 49ers suspended. According to The Mercury News, Ray McDonald’s domestic violence case took another turn when it was revealed that Sgt. Sean Pritchard, an on-duty San Jose cop, was a guest at McDonald’s home for the birthday party...
Via BlackSportsOnline
13 days ago  |  Discuss

San Jose police has barred officers from working for 49ers

The San Jose Police Department has suspended officers from working for the San Francisco 49ers after the San Jose Mercury News reported that Sgt. Sean Pritchard visited defensive lineman Ray McDonald’s home the night he was arrested. From the Mercury News: The decision was announced hours after this newspaper reported Sgt. Sean Pritchard, who was on duty and in uniform when he...
Via Sports-Glory
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Police officer was at Ray McDonald’s house for party

A 49ers-paid San Jose police officer who responded to a personal phone call from Ray McDonald the night the Niners defensive lineman was arrested for domestic violence charges was on duty at the time and attended a birthday party at the home earlier in the evening, according to a report. McDonald was arrested on Sunday,...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
14 days ago  |  Discuss

More Details Reported in Ray McDonald Domestic Violence Case

The San Jose Police Department has wrapped up its investigation of San Francisco 49ers defensive tackle Ray McDonald stemming from an alleged domestic violence situation that happened back in August. And now, the District Attorney’s Office has a decision to make on whether to charge McDonald in the incident that left his then fiancee with bruises on her body, including around the...
Via Sportsnaut
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Cop who works for 49ers came to Ray McDonald’s house night of arrest

If you were wondering why it was taking so long for the gears of justice to get going on the domestic violence case of San Francisco 49ers defensive end Ray McDonald, now we know why. According to a report by Vic Lee of ABC, McDonald gummed up the works by calling a San Jose police officer to the scene, who also happens to work security at 49ers games: “One of the things that complicated...
Via cover32 - 49ers
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Woman previously pulled gun at McDonald's house

While other teams around the National Football League have decided to take action against players charged with violent crimes over the past few weeks, the San Francisco 49ers have remained steadfast in their support of Ray McDoanld and letting the system play out before drawing conclusions. McDonald, an eighth-year defensive tackle from Florida, was arrested on domestic violence...
Via Sportsnaut
September 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Police Were Previously Called to Ray McDonald’s House

San Francisco 49ers defensive tackle Ray McDonald, who was arrested on suspicion of domestic violence a week ago Sunday, suited up and played for the team in their Week 1 game against the Dallas Cowboys. He is also set to appear in court the day after the team’s home opener against the Chicago Bears next Sunday. The legal process promises to be played out here, especially considering...
Via Sportsnaut
September 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Ray McDonald arrested for domestic violence

Damian Trujillo of NBC Bay Area reports that 49ers DL Ray McDonald has been arrested for domestic violence. Matt Barrows reports Santa Clara Department of Correction records show that McDonald was booked this morning. This news comes just a few days after the NFL announced new changes to their domestic violence policy which raised the amount of games a player will be suspended...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
August 31, 2014  |  Discuss
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