WICHITA, Kan. (AP) - Kansas prosecutors say there is not sufficient evidence to bring felony charges against Dallas Cowboys running back Joseph Randle after a domestic disturbance.
Sedgwick County District Attorney Marc Bennett said Wednesday his office has completed its review of the Feb. 3 incident involving Randle and the mother of his child at a hotel in Wichita.
The case may still be referred by police to the city prosecutor's office for potential misdemeanor charges.
A former girlfriend, Dalia Jacobs, told police Randle brandished a gun and broke a car window during the altercation. She filed for a protective order the next day, claiming Randle pointed a gun at a vehicle with their son and Jacobs' friend inside.
Cowboys spokesman Rich Dalrymple said the team would have no comment.
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