Former Mizzou linebacker Aldon Smith wanted by San Francisco police

Former Mizzou linebacker Aldon Smith wanted by San Francisco police

He remains suspended by the league.

It followed reports Sunday that Smith fled the scene of an alleged domestic violence incident involving his fiancee. Investigators from the SFPD Special Victims Unit want to interview Smith about the incident. On Monday, TMZ attributed his fiancee, Shawna McKnight, when reporting that Smith reached out to the victim's parents, who facilitated his entrance into a rehabilitation facility.

It goes without saying, the most important outcome is that all parties involved can get help and safety during this time.

Nearly one year ago, Smith was charged with public intoxication following an accident in which his then-girlfriend hit a police vehicle while driving Smith's SUV. He added Smith fled the San Francisco home before officers arrived. After being released by the 49ers in 2015, he signed with the Raiders and missed the final seven games of that season when the National Football League issued a one-year suspension.

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Sgt. Michael Andraychak said someone called 911 to report a domestic violence incident against Smith at about 8:30 p.m. Saturday.

"Minutes later, a San Francisco dispatcher says Smith had drank two bottles of tequila and was possibly heading back to his Oakland residence in his Range Rover". Smith was suspended for one year beginning November 17, 2015, but has yet to be reinstated.

Suspended Oakland Raiders defensive end Aldon Smith in is trouble again. Smith was charged with three felony counts - later reduced to misdemeanors - of illegal possession of an assault weapon for an 2012 incident in which he was reportedly stabbed.

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