SAD NEWS: Indianapolis Colts top player was arrested over the missing of his son…..

After his missing son was discovered safe, former Indianapolis Colts player Daniel Muir was arrested.
(KOKOMO, IN) — After his teenage son, who had been missing for two weeks, was discovered at the family’s Kokomo, Indiana, home, the former Indianapolis Colts player was taken into custody.

According to Indiana State Police, 14-year-old Bryson Muir was discovered “safe and well” and is currently under the custody of the Cass County Department of Child Services.

Police said that Daniel Muir, 40, was arrested early on Wednesday and is being charged with domestic abuse and obstructing the course of justice.

Defensive tackle Muir was a member of the NFL from 2007 to 2013, spending four of those seasons with the Colts.

He attended Kent State for his college career, but before signing with the Green Bay Packers as a free agent in 2007, he was not selected. Over his career, he only recorded 99 tackles and 1.5 sacks.

Police say that 38-year-old Kristin Muir, the boy’s mother and Muir’s wife, was also detained and accused of obstructing justice.



According to Indiana State Police, last week, Bryson was last seen with his mother on June 16, leaving a relative’s house in Ohio.

According to police, the two drove off in a car owned by the religious group Servant Leader’s Foundation, which also owns the land where the Muir family lived. Police stopped the car shortly after Bryson left the relative’s house, but he was not inside.

Two days later, Bryson was accused of domestic abuse, and the Cass County Department of Child Services asked police to look into the claims.

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The police claimed that their initial attempts to get in touch with his parents were unsuccessful. After that, they consented to take Bryson to a police meeting, but they later “backed out of that arrangement, which signaled an unwillingness to cooperate.”

Police reported that they had located Bryson on Wednesday. In a police-released photo, the 14-year-old had a black eye.

Police asked anyone with information about the incident to call 800-382-0689, and an investigation is still ongoing.


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