Police Reportedly Saying M. Harrison Not a Suspect "At This Point" In Shooting
The Philadelphia police reportedly are not calling Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Marvin Harrison a suspect at this time in last week's shooting about which he was questioned.
The Indianapolis Star reported that a police spokesperson, Tanya Little, said today: "He's not a suspect at this point."
According to the police, Harrison was interviewed last week about a shooting last Tuesday in Philadelphia.
The incident reportedly occurred outside a car wash and garage owned by Harrison, a Philadelphia native. A bar that he also owns is nearby. A man reportedly was shot in the hand and a child suffered an eye injury from shattered glass. According to several reports, bullet casings found by police were fired by a gun owned by Harrison.
Harrison's agent, Tom Condon, has told media outlets that Harrison was not involved in the incident. Harrison has not been arrested or charged with any crime.
By Mark Maske |
May 6, 2008; 2:16 PM ET
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