Police have released an audio recording of Joe Mixon’s personal trainer Sean Pena making a 911 call to alert police of “multiple gunshots” outside the NFL star’s home before “a gun was fired.” gun against teens” who were playing with nerf guns near the property.
Earlier this week, Hamilton County sheriff’s deputies visited the Bengals running back’s home in Anderson Township, Ohio, after responding to a “shot” call in the residential neighborhood.
An unidentified minor was rushed to a local hospital with minor injuries from a gunshot wound.
Pena, who is a performance enhancement specialist with clients in the NFL, MLB and NBA, immediately called 911 from “my athlete’s” home and reported that “kids” were playing near the home and had blocked the driveway. with their cars. .
“A kid was running around brandishing a gun and he got back in his car and it looked like it was a fake gun,” Peña said at the start of the 911 call, first obtained by sports.
Joe Mixon’s trainer, Sean Pena, called 911 to report gunshots just outside the athlete’s home.
The shooting at Mixon’s home resulted in minor injury to a minor, who was hospitalized.
The Bengals running back currently lives in Anderson Township, Ohio, a suburb of Cincinnati.
“But then I kept looking, looking, looking and then he was yelling something and he went back in his car and he pulled out another gun.”
“He looked like a Kel-Tec or something and he ran out the back entrance of this house that he’d been going up and down, and he was like, ‘Fuck yeah.'”
Peña later confirmed to the 911 operator that he heard five shots in a row before three vehicles belonging to some of the teens “went away at full speed.”
“They’ve been going back and forth, back and forth,” he added, hinting that the teens had previously been seen in the neighborhood multiple times. ‘They had the road blocked. There were girls driving a certain car and guys… and everything…
‘One guy, he ran across the lawn between the jock’s house and the other neighbor’s house, and I heard him yell something while brandishing a gun, and then I heard ‘pop pop pop pop pop!'”
Police later clarified that one of the teens had a gunshot wound to the foot and initially refused medical attention because his father is a doctor.
Authorities also said in a police report that a casing had been found in Mixon’s yard, confirming that the 26-year-old’s home is “part of the crime scene.”
It is unclear if Mixon was involved or on the property at the time of the incident.
“We look forward to providing a more comprehensive update on the investigation later this week,” a Hamilton County Sheriff’s spokesman said in a public statement.
Mixon’s sister, Shelona, claims the athlete was not involved in the shooting, according to a WLWT host.
Cops found a projectile in the backyard of Mixon’s home, classifying the property as a “crime scene.”
As of Wednesday night, no arrests have been made related to the incident and Mixon is not facing any charges at this time. The Cincinnati Bengals have also remained silent on the matter.
Mixon’s sister, Shelonda, claimed her brother’s innocence before the Cincinnati WLWT.
‘#Police tape wrapped in front of house listed as Joe Mixon in early February incident report in another case. Tonight I spoke to Mixon’s sister, Shelonda. She tells me that Joe was not involved in the Monday night shooting that injured a teenager. Deputies are still there,” Mike Dardis, a news anchor for the local Ohio outlet, tweeted.
Mixon, who could face the Bengals’ hatchet following his recent legal troubles, was charged with making threats after allegedly pointing a firearm at a woman on Jan. 21, though the charge was dropped last month. The incident was reportedly a road rage incident.