COLUMBIA — COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Prosecutors have filed charges of second degree domestic assault case against Missouri defensive end Tre Williams.
Boone County Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Susan Boresi had said that earlier Wednesday the office received information that “made it impossible to prosecute,” including information from the victim. The prosecutors filed charges Wednesday afternoon against Williams.
The 21-year-old redshirt sophomore was arrested Sunday in Columbia. A police report said a person with whom Williams had “an intimate relationship” was driving when an argument turned physical and officers saw evidence that supported the claim.
The Columbia Daily Tribune reported team spokesman Chad Moller said Wednesday that Williams remained suspended indefinitely.
He said the decision to overturn a suspension doesn’t come just from coach Barry Odom. No attorney is listed for Williams’ in online court records.