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Baltimore County police close case involving Zay Flowers

The Baltimore County Police Department has closed its investigation into an incident involving Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Zay Flowers.

Police released records related to the case in response to a public information request. This included excerpts from a police report by Acton, Massachusetts authorities describing alleged events at Flowers’ Owings Mills residence on January 16th.

According to the Acton police report, the alleged victim said she was involved in a “violent domestic incident” where Flowers’ brother also drew a firearm. The report states the victim had photographs of bruises but did not share them.

The Acton report claims police responded and waited outside the residence for two hours. During this time, Flowers’ brother allegedly put the gun away, ending the confrontation.

Additionally, the victim told Acton police that Flowers’ agent called her phone while she was being interviewed. She described Flowers as a “high-profile” “NFL player” and said she was afraid to document the incident.

Baltimore County police categorized the overall incident as suspicious but did not announce any charges. With their investigation now closed, the details remain based primarily on the alleged victim’s account to Acton authorities.

The Baltimore Ravens did not immediately respond to requests for comment on the released records. The neutrality of law enforcement, balanced reporting, and due process remain important as the case concludes.