Napa Police Reopen InvestigationAugust 22nd, 2009 by Lee Eldridge
It appears this story isn’t over yet. The Raiders are the gift that just keeps on giving. The Napa police department on Friday reopened its investigation into an attack that left Oakland Raiders assistant coach Randy Hanson with a broken bone in his face.
Here’s a part of the AP story:
The police said earlier this week that the case was closed because the victim was unwilling to cooperate. On Friday, the department announced that it had been reopened, apparently after Hanson agreed to cooperate with authorities.
The NFL is already looking into the case to determine if Cable violated the league’s personal conduct policy. According to the policy, a coach or player can be disciplined for “violent or threatening behavior among employees, whether in or outside the workplace.”
According to the Internet site the National Football Post, the attack happened after Cable told Hanson he was being relegated from an on-field coach with defensive backs to breaking down film.
The report said Cable attacked Hanson after the assistant verbally contested something defensive coordinator John Marshall had said.
After being told by owner Al Davis that he could not get his old job back, Hanson reportedly decided to cooperate with police in the investigation.
Read the whole story here in the Lawrence Journal-World.