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Chiefs’ Rasheed Rice Under Investigation For An Alleged Nightclub Assault


Kansas City Chiefs receiver Rashee Rice is currently under investigation for allegedly assaulting a photographer at a Dallas nightclub early Monday, as reported by police sources.

According to sources within the Dallas Police Department, officers are currently gathering witness statements regarding the incident, which purportedly occurred at 609 N. Harwood Street. This address corresponds to Lit Kitchen & Lounge and the attached Feu Nightclub.

Just last month, Rice surrendered to authorities in connection with his involvement in a multi-vehicle crash that occurred on U.S. 75 in Dallas at the end of March.

Upon the Dallas Police Department’s announcement of pending charges related to the crash, Rice voluntarily surrendered himself at the Glenn Heights Police Department. He was subsequently taken into custody at the DeSoto Jail, where his bail was set at $40,000.

Following Rice’s surrender, his attorney, State Senator Royce West, issued a statement emphasizing Rice’s continued cooperation with law enforcement. West also expressed Rice’s remorse for the accident’s victims.

In the crash case, Rice, 23, faces eight charges, including six counts of collision involving bodily injury, one count of collision involving serious bodily injury, and one count of aggravated assault, all categorized as felonies.

The penalties for these charges vary, with collision involving injury potentially resulting in a prison term of up to five years or a fine not exceeding $5,000. Collision involving serious bodily injury, classified as a third-degree felony, carries a punishment of two to 10 years in prison.

Aggravated assault, a second-degree felony, is punishable by a prison term ranging from two to 20 years and a fine of up to $10,000.

Rice, who previously attended SMU before joining the Kansas City Chiefs, hails from North Richland Hills in Tarrant County. Chiefs head coach Andy Reid has indicated that Rice will participate remotely in the team’s voluntary offseason program while the legal proceedings unfold.

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