Criminal investigation into Von Miller given to D.A., no decision on charges

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There was word last month that police in Parker, Colorado had opened a criminal investigation into undisclosed allegations made against Broncos linebacker Von Miller and Tuesday brought an update in the status of that case.

The police department has turned over the results of the investigation to the 18th Judicial District District Attorney in Colorado for review. As that review is ongoing, there have been no charges filed in the case at this time and there may not be any charges filed at any point in the future.

“A charging decision has not been made. There is no filed case,” D.A. spokeswoman Vikki Magoya said, via Mike Klis of KUSA.

Miller would be subject to possible NFL discipline under the Personal Conduct Policy, but more information about the nature of the allegations and a decision from the D.A. about how to proceed would likely determine how the league would handle the matter. Miller is under contract to the Broncos, although they have not exercised their option for 2021 at this point.

13 responses to “Criminal investigation into Von Miller given to D.A., no decision on charges

  1. In America you are presumed innocent until proven guilty. No facts of this case have come out so people should be waiting to get all the information so they can make an informed opinion.

  2. Sources have stated it was related to domestic violence? however, that has been omitted from alot of these stories

  3. This guy has always gone over the line and been enabled. He was using roids early in his career and the team called it “weed”. Absolutely bizarre promotion of a guy who has stains all over his career.

  4. Being a Denver fan of 25 yrs & living in the area there was a lot of text released by his girfriend which were distrubing. But a quick search showed this stated she released on SI : “With regards to my (previous) social media posts, a part was misconstrued and taken out of context. I do regret making a private situation public, and in doing so, bringing unwanted attention to both Von and myself.

    “Von and I are excited to be welcoming our baby into the world, and are committed to raising our child with love and compassion, together as a family.
    LOL-she is an ex-stripper who was upset when he texted he hoped the baby died. Turns out, the announcement was made after he allegedly threatened her to get an abortion. When that didn’t work, he allegedly sent her a text that said he had been praying she suffers a miscarriage. WOW!

    In the alleged text messages, the Defensive Rookie of the Year told Megan he was praying for a miscarriage because she was the “biggest mistake” of his life.
    Not a good look, but not a crime either and I doubt the NFL will do anything. Having said that, I hope he either takes a huge paycut or more likly jumps to another team for one last giant contract. Either way his time is over.

  5. I shall reserve judgement… The texts sure look mean but there is a context we dont have and it all mounts up to a personnal issue. Its not a crime to vent through texting when your angry.

  6. montrealraider says:
    February 23, 2021 at 7:48 pm

    I shall reserve judgement… The texts sure look mean but there is a context we dont have and it all mounts up to a personnal issue. Its not a crime to vent through texting when your angry.

    ——
    Depending on what you say through verbal communication or written (letters, email, text) you can be charged with terroristic threats among other things. So even if he just sent texts, the content of them could be enough to file charges.

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