Cleveland police hadn’t seen Kareem Hunt video before it was released, spokesperson says

first_imgThe footage of former Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt shoving and kicking a woman was not seen by the Cleveland Police Department until TMZ released the video Friday.But, the CPD knew the footage existed. Former Chiefs RB Larry Johnson is ‘really f—ing upset’ with Kareem Hunt Chiefs release RB Kareem Hunt after video surfaces of alleged February altercation The video is believed to document an incident between Hunt and the woman that occurred in February. Police reports were taken at the time, but no arrests were made and no one was charged the night of the altercation.  Related Newscenter_img CPD spokesperson Jennifer Ciaccia said in a statement to USA Today the surveillance footage was never viewed because “detectives only follow up on felonies. This is a misdemeanor.” The Chiefs released Hunt hours after the release of the video.last_img

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *