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Police: There will be no arrests in Dorial Green-Beckham burglary investigation

Kevin C. Cox

You can find the City of Columbia's declaration here. And while we await any sort of long, official report, we have tweets.

Oof. That one stings.

So there you go. There's nothing to be excited about here, obviously, and I kind of assume there will still be a "stop being a dumbass" suspension coming, but this brings DGB's second incident of the offseason to a close. I guess.

By the way, DGB? Next time you get mad at a girl, do what I did in college instead of barging to her apartment all ragey to confront her: play video games, drink a 40, maybe two, bitch about her to your friends, and go to bed. You'll still be annoyed in the morning, but you won't have gotten yourself suspended in the process. And you won't have to rely on a potential victim being "afraid of community backlash" to avoid charges. Just a thought.

UPDATE: All eyes on Gary Pinkel, I guess.

UPDATE:Better, at least.

UPDATE: The Trib's story is out.

Police also entered into evidence a number of text messages from Green-Beckham's girlfriend to the alleged victim after the incident with the seeming purpose of dissuading her from pressing charges.

"I know you're so upset and I am too,' one of the texts read, according to the report. "Dorial was wrong in every way and you have every right to be furious. I'm not sticking up for him but football really is all he has going for him and pressing charges would ruin it for him completely.

"I agree that something should be done- whether that's paying for what he did with money or a different way...Now he's hurting my friends not just me. I really am so sorry you're in this position and I never meant for this to happen."