ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. -- The St. Augustine Police department is investigating Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew for an altercation at a bar in St. Augustine.Police say an altercation broke out at "Reggae Sundays," at the Conch House on Sunday around 8 p.m.
Conch House security got involved. A report from the St. Augustine Police stated Jones-Drew hit a security guard on his left cheek, knocking him out.
Jones-Drew left the area before police arrived, according to police.
An initial press release issued by the St. Augustine Police Department stated Jones-Drew would face a charge of misdemeanor battery, but another release was issued later stating the running back has not been charged with any crime.
In the release, police said they have "taken a notarized statement of misdemeanor battery against Jacksonville Jaguars player Maurice Jones-Drew."
Action News talked with MJD's agent, Adisa Bakari, about the matter.
"We have confirmed with the St. Augustine Police Department that no charges have been filed against Maurice and that the matter is under investigation," said Bakari.
The State Attorney's Office said they have received a complaint against MJD and it will now be up to them to file charges.
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