Jovan Belcher had violent incident at University of Maine, report says

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Jovan Belcher had a violent outburst over a woman while a student at the University of Maine, according to police records.

The Kansas City Chiefs linebacker played football at the university and graduated with a degree in child development and family relations.

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According to a police report from April 2006, Belcher punched out a dormitory window because he was upset over a woman.

"I was told that Belcher was upset over a girl and punched a window out," the officer who responded to the scene said. "There was a lot of blood outside of the west entrance and in the lobby."

There was reportedly $200 worth of damage.

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The following year, police were called late one night because Belcher and his then-girlfriend were arguing in a dorm hallway. The officers reported that Belcher had been upset that his girlfriend had not called him at the time she'd promised.

No charges were ever filed for either incident.

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