The San Francisco Police Department issued a statement Sunday saying it is looking for suspended Oakland Raiders linebacker Aldon Smith for questioning in a domestic violence incident. The victim in this case suffered non-life threatening injuries.
Smith was detained for public intoxication past year after a auto crash with an unmarked police vehicle.
The 911 dispatcher said "the suspect threw" the victim "around the room" and "bit her on the wrist", reported ABC station KGO in San Francisco.
He continued his strong play over the next couple years, but was suspended for nine games during the 2014 season for violating the league's substance abuse and personal conduct policy.
The Oakland Raiders released pass rusher Aldon Smith on Monday after his latest run-in with the law. "I cannot comment on the altercation, but I can tell you I love him and (am) so happy he turned to my family, who considers him family".
Smith checked into a rehab facility in 2016 after a video that appeared to show him with marijuana, although he denied it was him.
Aldon Smith needs help. The 49ers released him 2015 after he was arrested and charged with drunken driving for the third time in four years.
Smith's contract was set to expire on March 14 but his rights would have remained with Oakland if he was reinstated by the NFL. Police said several shots were fired, two partygoers were injured, and Smith was stabbed.
He hasn't played an National Football League snap since the 2015 season. Smith fled the scene prior to the police's arrival to investigate the incident. Smith fled the San Francisco home before officers arrived.