Police were called to the home of Browns offensive line coach Andy Moeller Saturday night but Moeller, who’s been suspended indefinitely, was not arrested.
That comes via a report by Cleveland Scene Magazine that said the case will be referred to a prosecutor.
Scott Taylor of WOIO in Cleveland was first to report that Berea Police will have no further update or comment on the matter until Tuesday. The Browns’ day to day operations are headquartered in Berea, a suburb southwest of Cleveland near Cleveland Hopkins Airport.
Earlier Monday, the team released a statement that said Moeller “was involved in an incident involving allegations that we take very seriously.”
Moeller is in his second year with the Browns after holding the same position with the Ravens for six seasons. He was found guilty of DUI in 2011 after his third alcohol-related arrest in four years.
Browns Coach Mike Pettine offered nothing more on Moeller at his post-practice press briefing Monday, saying the team statement reflected his thoughts.