TMZ has posted the 911 calls made the night San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick and NFL players Ricardo Lockette and Quinton Patton were questioned in the sexual assault allegations of a 25-year-old woman at a Miami apartment. The investigation is ongoing, but no arrests have been made and no charges have been filed.
First, the backstory: On the night of April 1, a police incident report indicated that a woman claimed she had been drinking with the players in the apartment, and they suggested she smoke some weed. She said she then passed out, and when she woke up, she was at the hospital.
TMZ, in its story posted this afternoon, reports:
The two calls were made around midnight on April 2nd by two men — one who identifies himself as “security” and another by a man who claims to be a friend of the person who lives in the apartment. Both callers report a Black woman is laying naked on a bed in the apartment and is refusing to leave until she speaks with a certain unnamed man.
The second caller (reportedly identified as Ricardo Lockette) says he doesn’t know the woman’s name. He says the woman came over to visit an unnamed person — and the caller makes it clear that man is “not her boyfriend.” The caller then says, “He’s someone she wants to sleep with.” It sounds like the first caller tells the 911 operator that the woman is identifying herself as “Jesus.”
Meanwhile, the website NinersNation.com first reported on these two emergency calls back on April 16. They said that an incident report obtained by “a Miami radio host” indicated it was Lockette who called 911 both times, and that Kaepernick may not have even been in the suite during the incident or when police arrived. According to the incident report, Lockette’s first 911 call was at 12:03 a.m. to report that the woman in question would not leave his apartment.
It was Lockette who told the police he and the woman had been arguing, and Lockette who said she was naked on Colin Kaepernick’s bed and refused to leave.
According to subsequent reports, Lockette made the second 911 call at approximately 12:20 a.m. The police sent a “Crisis Intervention Team,” which is “designed for first responders who handle crisis calls involving people with mental illness including those with co-occurring substance use disorders.”