NFL star Joe Mixon had his house searched by police late Monday night, according to multiple reports.
The search occurred after police responded to a “shots fired” call outside his Anderson Township, Ohio residence around 8:30 p.m., Fox 19 Cincinnati reported.
A juvenile was later taken to the hospital with minor injuries from the incident, the outlet added — though it’s unclear how the child was injured or if Mixon, 26, was involved, according to the station.
No arrests were made in the incident, Fox 19 Cincinnati added. The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office also did not immediately respond to PEOPLE’s request for additional details.
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The reported police investigation follows the closure of a threatening misdemeanor charge against the Cincinnati Bengals running back in February, after Mixon allegedly pointed a firearm at a woman on Jan. 21 and said, “You should be punched in the face. I should shoot you, police [can’t] get me,” local news station WCPO reported.
The case was dismissed on February 3, according to local multiple outlets including ESPN.
“We are requesting a dismissal because we need further investigation before we can move forward with this case,” the city’s prosecutor said in court Friday, according to WCPO.
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In a statement to PEOPLE, Mixon’s agent Peter Schaffer said the dropping of the charges was justified. – We are of course very happy that the police and attorney general realized that the mistake had been made, said Schaffer, who added that the handling of the situation was “refreshing”.
“As opposed to continuing on that path, they did the right thing,” he continued.
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Before his NFL career, Mixon experienced problems off the field while playing at the University of Oklahoma, where he was charged in 2014 with misconduct. In 2016, a video emerged showing him punching a female student during a confrontation, breaking bones in her face.
Mixon was suspended from the team for one season as a result. Under a plea agreement, he was placed on probation for one year and ordered to perform 100 hours of community service, in addition to being given cognitive behavioral counseling.
The Bengals star was a second-round pick in the 2017 NFL draft and received a four-year contract extension in 2020.