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Law enforcement officials in the state of Texas issued an arrest warrant for Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Rashee Rice on Wednesday in connection to a car crash that led to “serious bodily injury.”

The Dallas Police Department said in a statement that arrest warrants were issued for the 23-year-old and 21-year-old Theodore Knox stemming from the March 30 incident on North Central Expressway.

“The investigation determined two drivers, Knox driving the Corvette, and Rice driving the Lamborghini, were speeding in the far-left lane of North Central Expressway, near University Boulevard,” police said in a statement. “The drivers caused a chain reaction collision involving four other vehicles.”

Rice and Knox were both charged with one count of aggravated assault, one count of collision involving serious bodily injury, and six counts of collision involving injury.

The passengers in the vehicles are not being charged, police said.

Police said that neither suspect was in custody as of early Wednesday evening.

Rice said last week in a social media post that he had met with investigators and takes responsibility for what happened.

“Today I met with Dallas PD investigators regarding Saturday’s accident,” Rice said. “I take full responsibility for my part in this matter and will continue to cooperate with the necessary authorities. I sincerely apologize to everyone impacted in Saturday’s accident.”


Dallas Police said that the “Lamborghini traveled onto the shoulder and hit the center median wall, causing a chain reaction collision involving four other vehicles.”

“The occupants of the Lamborghini and the Corvette all ran from the scene without stopping to determine if anyone needed medical help or providing their information,” police said. “Two of the involved drivers were treated at the scene by Dallas Fire-Rescue for minor injuries and two occupants of another vehicle were taken to a local hospital with minor injuries.”