Norman PD: Video Evidence Shows Joe Mixon Involved in Altercation

Posted by Gilbert Sam on 1:43 PM
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An Norman Police Department press release stated the facts of the incident “describe an altercation between Amelia Rae Molitor, age 20 of Norman, and Joe Mixon that turned physical and concluded with Molitor sustaining injuries to her face.”

Mixon, an incoming freshman and high-profile recruit, wasn’t present when police arrived for the initial call, the press release stated.

READ Norman PD's Full Press Release Below

“Police are in communication with all parties involved in this incident. While there is a video recording of the incident, the evidentiary value of the recording prohibits its release at this time,” the press release stated.

Report: Investigation Ongoing Into Joe Mixon; No Charges Expected on Monday

Any potential criminal charges resulting from the alleged incident may not come “for a couple of days,” Cleveland County District Attorney Greg Mashburn told the Tulsa World on Monday morning. NPD’s press release stated when detectives conclude their investigation, all pertinent information will be submitted to the DA’s office for review. (More at Tulsa World)

As of July 28, 2014 at 1045 AM the Norman Police Department Criminal Investigations Division continues to investigate the Assault reported on July 25, 2014 at 0239 AM at Pickleman's Gourmet Café, 759 Asp Avenue.  The Norman Police Department can confirm as previously released by Attorney Kevin Finlay that Joe Mixon, age 18 of Norman, is an involved party of the investigation.  The facts of the incident as reported to police describe an altercation between Amelia Rae Molitor, age 20 of Norman, and Joe Mixon that turned physical and concluded with Molitor sustaining injuries to her face.  Joe Mixon was not present when Police arrived to the initial call for service.  Police are in communication with all parties involved in this incident. While there is a video recording of the incident, the evidentiary value of the recording prohibits its release at this time. When Police Detectives conclude their investigation all pertinent documentation will be submitted to the District Attorney's Office for review.