911 audio from the was released Monday.
In the recording, Solo's brother Marcus Solo tells dispatchers there was a fight at his sister's home on Finn Hill and that a "stun gun" was involved. (Click here to listen to the audio on KOMONews.com.)
"There was definitely a physical altercation and an innocent bystander got hurt," Marcus Solo says. When asked who instigated the fight, he replies: "We won't go there. Please get here."
According to police documents, officers who responded to the home said they were greeted outside by Hope Solo, who had a laceration to her elbow, and her brother, who appeared to be bleeding from a fresh wound on his face. They were placed in handcuffs as a precautionary measure, police said, and both became extremely agitated, yelling, "(Expletive) the police, this is (expletive), we're being treated like suspects in our house."
Once inside, police went to the kitchen and found a woman suffering from an apparent hip injury, along with "multiple bottles of alcohol" and a glass pipe containing marijuana, according to the documents. Jerramy Stevens was discovered upstairs lying on a bedroom floor between a bed and wall and told police he had been sleeping there. Officers suspected he had been hiding.
I asked him why he was sleeping on the floor, next to the wall and not on the bed. Stevens then explained that he and his fiancee Hope Solo had an argument in the bedroom. Stevens said that he and Hope argued about where they would be living after their marriage on Tuesday.
Police suspected Stevens had struck Hope Solo and arrested him. But the football player was released the next day by a Kirkland Municipal Court judge, who said he found no evidence of an assault.
Stevens and Solo were married later the day of his release.
Lt. Mike Murray told Kirkland Patch on Tuesday that the case has been forwarded to prosecutors but charges probably won't be filed because it's unlikely any victims or witnesses would testify.
“(We’re) 99.9 percent sure they’re not going to file charges,” Murray said. "That’s a difficult case to win when you don’t have a victim or witness.”
Murray said Kirkland Police has not received any 911 calls from Solo's residence since the November incident.
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