Missouri Tigers Dorial Green-Beckham is tackled by the Kentucky Wildcats defense the fourth quarter at Faurot Field in Columbia, Missouri on October 27, 2012. Missouri defeated Kentucky 33-10. UPI/Bill Greenblatt

Dorial Green-Beckham. File photo, October 27. UPI/Bill Greenblatt

Columbia police released a statement on Thursday saying no arrests will be made in this past weekend’s incident that involved Mizzou wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham. In a news release, Spokeswoman Latisha Stroer stated, “Based on the information obtained during the investigation there will be no arrests made in this case.

According to an incident report released earlier this week by CPD, Green-Beckham unlawfully entered an apartment at the Brookside Townhomes and got into an altercation with his girlfriend and two other women. One woman tried to stop Green-Beckham for entering the residence and another woman alleged that she was pushed. Both decided not to press charges and signed “decline of prosecution” forms.

Chad Moller, Media Relations Director for Mizzou Athletics, told me that Green-Beckham is still suspended from the football program.

There is also a misconception that Missouri coaches had talked with one of the women involved in the investigation, stating the seriousness of them reporting an issue to the police as it pertains to Green-Beckham and his football future.  The woman later told police she was not contacted by any member of the coaching staff.