49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick said Wednesday he did not act improperly in an April incident investigated by Miami police.
Asked about the Miami investigation, Kaepernick said the following Wednesday, according to the club: “Well, the District Attorney has the information today. At this point, I’m going to let them handle their business. I did nothing wrong in that incident. So, I want to do everything I can to let the DA close this matter.”
Matt Maiocco of CSNBayArea.com reported Wednesday that police had concluded its investigation and that the matter had been passed on to the Miami-Dade County State’s Attorney’s office, which ultimately will decide whether any charges will be made in connection with the case.
In May, published reports detailing 911 calls made in connection with the incident that alleged a woman would not leave a Miami apartment in which Kaepernick had once been present were released, and Kaepernick took to Twitter to say he was “glad the truth is getting out.”
News of Miami police’s investigation of the alleged incident, which reportedly involved a woman who said she was an acquaintance of Kaepernick, first surfaced nearly seven weeks ago. However, police have reportedly not specified what they were investigating.
The 49ers are holding organized team activities this week.