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The incident in which 49ers defensive end Ray McDonald was arrested for felony domestic violence is not the only time police were called after a dispute involving McDonald and his fiancee, San Jose Police confirmed on Thursday.
Police were called to McDonald’s house on May 25 at 8:09 p.m., according to an incident report San Jose Police released due to “overwhelming media interest.”
“An engaged couple (a male and female subject) were in an argument when the female subject became upset, grabbed a firearm (handgun) registered to the male subject, and held it at her side,” according to the report.
“When the male subject informed the female subject that he was going to call 911, the female subject put the firearm away and fled without incident. The female subject did not make any threats or point the firearm at the male subject. Both subjects have been identified and were contacted.”
Neither McDonald nor his fiancee were identified by name in the incident report that was released on Thursday. There were no arrests or criminal charges filed from the May incident.
McDonald was arrested on Aug. 31 after an incident involving his pregnant fiancee at the same house at a party to celebrate McDonald’s 30th birthday.
Many 49ers players attended the gathering.
The police have disclosed no information about the incident other than a brief synopsis that stated the “victim had visible injuries.” He 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. McDonald met for two hours with investigators on Sept. 4 at the 49ers’ practice facility, a source told CSNBayArea.com.
When the police investigation is concluded, the results will be forwarded to the Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Office to consider formal criminal charges.