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Report: Suns’ Markieff Morris, Marcus Morris being investigated for felony aggravated assault

Phoenix Suns Media Day

Phoenix Suns Media Day

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Prosecutors in Arizona are reviewing a case submitted by police that accuses Suns’ players Markieff Morris and Marcus Morris of committing felony aggravated assault.

It’s important to note that the police have made no arrests, and no charges have yet been filed.

The details, from Matthew Casey of the Arizona Republic:

Phoenix police say Marcus and Markieff Morris put those words into action when they and three others committed felony aggravated assault against a man the 25-year-old twins learned had sent “inappropriate” text messages to their mother.

Police have made no arrests and no charges have been filed. A spokesman for the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office confirmed Tuesday afternoon that prosecutors are continuing to review the case submitted by police.

For their part, the Morris twins have denied assaulting the reported victim, whom they also claim not to know, and their mother denies having been in contact with the man on the day of the incident, though authorities found evidence to the contrary, the police report shows.

“The Phoenix Suns are aware of an investigation by the Phoenix Police Department of an alleged assault,” Suns president of basketball operations Lon Babby said in an official release. “We have no information beyond what has been alleged in the police report and therefore have no further comment on the matter at this time. Our organization will closely monitor developments as the legal process unfolds.”