OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) — Police raided the home of Baltimore Ravens rookie kick returner David Reed earlier this week to investigate potential drug activity.
No charges have been filed, but police did take evidence from his residence, according to Baltimore County police spokesman Lt. Robert McCullough.
McCullough says police entered Reed’s home around 10:30 on Tuesday night to “investigate potential narcotics activities.”
He said Friday the evidence that was confiscated is being analyzed, and Reed “currently is not being charged with anything.”
Ravens spokesman Kevin Byrne says the team is “aware of the situation” and has talked to Reed. Byrne said Reed will “have his due process and his opportunity to talk about the circumstances.”
Reed has not been disciplined by the team and is expected to travel with the Ravens for Monday night’s game against the Houston Texans.
Reed could face punishment from the NFL if convicted or charged with a crime.
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