San Francisco Police Seek Raider Aldon Smith In Domestic Abuse Case

Posted March 06, 2018

The victim suffered non-life threatening injuries and Smith fled the scene prior to the police's arrival.

The latest of those issues came on Saturday, when the San Francisco Police Department issue a statement saying they were in search of Smith, who "fled the scene" of reported domestic violence. On Monday, TMZ attributed his fiancee, Shawna McKnight, when reporting that Smith reached out to the victim's parents, who facilitated his entrance into a rehabilitation facility.

The statement said that officers arrived around 8:30 a residence on Bush Street after receiving the call of a domestic violence incident. "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".

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Smith was detained for public intoxication previous year after a auto crash with an unmarked police vehicle.

Smith has been arrested three times for driving under the influence, including a hit-and-run, been charged with three felony counts of possessing illegal assault weapons, and the incident at Los Angeles International Airport when he was arrested for making a false bomb threat.

Smith hasn't played for the Raiders in more than two years, but the one-year contract he signed on April 4, 2016 would have been valid should he ever have been reinstated by the NFL.

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Aldon Smith needs help.

Smith was then suspended the first nine games in 2014 while serving an NFL suspension for violations of the league's substance abuse and personal conduct policies.

Smith was slated to become a free agent when the new league year started March 14.

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