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49ers DL Charles Omenihu Arrested for Allegedly Pushing His Girlfriend to The Ground During Argument

Not an ideal situation to be in a week before the NFC Championship game.

Whatever the argument was, Charles Omenihu should have just walked out of the door and let cooler heads prevail. By continuing to engage with his girlfriend, that got the police involved, and nine times out of ten, if the police come to the scene of a domestic violence call, someone is going to jail.

It is usually the man, which was the case in this instance.

Here is what Charles Omenihu is being accused of doing to his girlfriend via the NY Post.

San Francisco 49ers defensive lineman Charles Omenihu was arrested on Monday in San Jose after police were called to his home for an alleged domestic violence incident, according to San Jose police.

A woman who claimed Omenihu is her boyfriend called the police at 4:39 p.m. from his home reporting domestic violence and elaborated that he “pushed her to the ground during an argument.”

Omenihu, 25, gave a statement when the police arrived and was arrested on suspicion of misdemeanor domestic violence. According to San Jose police, he was then taken to the Santa Clara County jail and was released after posting bail.

A police report stated the woman reported pain in her arm, but police could not find any other visible injuries.

“We are aware of the matter involving Charles Omenihu and are in the process of gathering further information,” the 49ers said Tuesday in a statement.

The Santa Clara police said an investigation will be seen through and reported to the Santa Clara District Attorney who will determine any possible charges to Omenihu.

It is likely just the way these things work in the NFL, and there is no video, Omenihu will play in the NFC Championship game, and we have to remember it is innocent until proven guilty.

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