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The San Jose Police Department has concluded its investigation into the Ray McDonald case and has passed the findings over to the Santa Clara County District Attorney’s office.
“Prosecutors will review, decide whether or not to file criminal charges, or seek further investigation,” the district attorney’s office announced Thursday via Twitter.
McDonald, a defensive end for the 49ers, was arrested on Aug. 31 during a party at his house after an incident involving his pregnant fiancée.
The police have disclosed no information about the incident other than a brief synopsis that stated the “victim had visible injuries.”
McDonald was released on $25,000 bail later that morning.
McDonald has continued to practice and play for the 49ers during the San Jose Police investigation.
He met for two hours with investigators on Sept. 4 at the 49ers’ practice facility, a source told CSNBayArea.com.
A team of prosecutors is looking over the report, according to the DA's office. A court date will be set only if McDonald is charged.