Dez Bryant Video: Cowboys WR Involved in 2011 Walmart Parking Lot Incident
We still don’t have the Dez Bryant video that apparently shows him doing something horrible, but we may be getting closer to finding out exactly where this video came from.
On February 17, the NFL Media received an incident report filed by the Lancaster (Texas) Police Department that outlines an “unknown disturbance” that took place in a Walmart parking lot on the morning of July 11, 2011. According to that report, an unknown person called police when he saw a black female being dragged from one vehicle into another by a black male. And the vehicle she was being dragged from just so happened to be a Mercedes that was registered to Bryant.
When police arrived, a Walmart security guard told them that he found the Mercedes in the parking lot with the door still open. Shortly after, two men by the names of Carl King and Christopher Mitchell arrived on the scene in a black Escalade that was also registered to Bryant. They said they had been instructed by the alleged victim to pick up the Mercedes. Then Bryant and the alleged victim arrived on the scene in a Bentley, and they explained that the woman had gotten into an argument with a man named Alex Penson. She told officers that she was not assaulted or injured during the altercation, claiming that it was “just an argument,” and that she was dropped off at a friend’s house where she contacted Bryant to pick her up.
After speaking to each of the individuals involved, officers determined that no offense had taken place and everyone was free to go. But now it appears as though there may be a video of this incident that explains otherwise. Of course, that’s nothing more than a rumor at the moment, but if that rumor proves to be true, it could spell trouble for the Dallas Cowboys wide receiver.
Here’s a look at the police report that was filed by the Lancaster Police Department, via NFL.com: