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New information in the Ray McDonald alleged domestic violence case may change the way the San Jose Police Department deals with the San Francisco 49ers.
NBC Bay Area has learned top officials at the police department are now reviewing the policy of "secondary employment" after finding out McDonald, a 49ers defensive lineman, may have called a cop to come to the scene before responding officers and investigators arrived to the alleged incident.
The 49ers employ several San Jose police officers as off-duty "security" with the police department's approval as long as its so-called "secondary employment" guidelines are followed.
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Sources said the officer, who NBC Bay Area is not naming, showed up and was not part of the unit sent to the scene by a 911 call.
McDonald that night was eventually arrested on suspicion of felony domestic abuse of his pregnant fiancee.
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