BEREA, Ohio (AP) — The city prosecutor’s office is reviewing an assault allegation involving suspended Browns offensive line coach Andy Moeller.
According to an incident report, police were called to a local residence Saturday night to investigate a woman’s claim she had been assaulted. Police spoke to both parties and got “conflicting stories.” Police add that no injuries were observed and the woman was taken to a hotel.
Later, the woman contacted police to say she was injured and wanted to press charges. She signed an assault complaint before changing her mind.
Moeller was not arrested and his name was redacted from the report.
The Browns suspended Moeller indefinitely Monday. He’s in his second season with Cleveland. When he was with Baltimore in 2011, Moeller was suspended two games by the NFL for a drunken-driving conviction.
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