The Phoenix Police Department has released a detailed report on the Wednesday arrest of Arizona Cardinals running back Jonathan Dwyer on five charges including domestic violence.
The report, which the department provided via email to media outlets including the International Business Times on Wednesday evening, includes details of charges that Dwyer allegedly committed acts of domestic violence against a 27-year-old woman and an 18-month-old child. News reports have said the alleged victims were his wife Kayla and their son Jonathan "J.J." Dwyer, Jr.
Here is the full text of the "media advisory" about Dwyer's arrest and the charges he faces that Phoenix Police Department spokesman Sgt. Trent Crump distributed:
(Domestic Violence, Aggravated Assault)
Date & Time: July 21, 2014-July 22, 2014
Location: 8000 S. Pointe Parkway
Victim #1: 27 year-old female
Victim #2: 18 month-old child
Arrested Person: Jonathan A. Dwyer, 25 yrs, no booking number available
On September 17, 2014 detectives from the Phoenix Police Department's Family Investigations Bureau arrested Jonathan A. Dwyer on allegations of aggravated assault for two separate incidents that are alleged to have occurred in late July. The incidents are alleged to have occurred at their home in southeast Phoenix on July 21, 2014 at 8:00 a.m. and July 22, 2014 at 4:00 p.m.. Shortly after the incidents occurred the victim left the state with their child.
A report was made with the Phoenix Police Department on September 11, 2014 and investigators have been seeking out-of-state medical records and conducting interviews with witnesses. Investigators developed probable cause and arrested Jonathan Dwyer in Tempe. He was interviewed by detectives and has admitted to the incidents however, denied any physical assaults. A search warrant is also being served at his residence.
Dwyer is being booked into the Maricopa County Jail on 1 count of aggravate assault causing a fracture, 1 count aggravated assault involving a minor, 2 counts of criminal damage, 1 count of preventing the use of a phone in an emergency, and assault."