Police Release 911 Call in FSU Running Back’s Arrest
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(TALLAHASEE, Fla.) — The Tallahasee Police Department has released the 911 call of a woman who says Florida State University running back Dalvin Cook punched her in the lip.
“He hit me, my lip is bleeding,” the woman can be heard saying on the call.
Cook, 19, was suspended from the university’s football team indefinitely earlier this month. He is the second FSU player to be suspended this summer for allegedly punching a woman.
Quarterback De’Andre Johnson, 19, was kicked off the team after allegedly punching a woman in the face at a Tallahassee, Florida bar on June 24. He was charged with misdemeanor battery and has pleaded not guilty.
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