Westchester Native, NFL Star Rice Knocked Fiancee Unconscious, Police Say

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TMZ recently released footage of Ray Rice dragging his fiancee out of an elevator following an incident in Atlantic City. Photo Credit: Danny LoPriore/File photo

NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. -- New Rochelle native and Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice knocked his fiancee unconscious in the Saturday, Feb. 15 that led to both of their arrests, according to The Baltimore Sun.

TMZ Sports obtained security camera video footage of Rice dragging his fiancee, Janay Palmer, out of an elevator following a public incident in a casino in Atlantic City. The Sun reports that Rice "knocked his fiancee unconscious" in the incident, citing a summons filed by police.

Rice, an All-Pro running back, was arrested after he incident.

According to the initial police report, the two struck each other with their hands, and Palmer was also arrested. Both were charged with simple assault, according to the police report. You can view the initial police report here.

The 27-year-old Rice was released on his own recognizance.

Rice returns to New Rochelle each year to run his Ray Rice Day summer camp and continues to support educational programs efforts in his hometown.

Rice set rushing records at Rutgers University before being drafted by the Ravens in 2008. He has made three Pro Bowls.

Rice has rushed for 6,180 yards and 37 touchdowns over six NFL seasons.

Rice and Palmer, 26, have been together since 2008, according to slimcelebrity.com.

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JS84:

Is it always a racial problem when a black man gets arrested for domestic violence? The victim was also black. Is it proper to assault women?
Look at the video there is no need for words.

davinaburnett:

To Daily Voice - THIS IS HORRIBLE REPORTING as your facts are not correct! Further, I think this is time to demand a more diverse reporting staff as you do not represent New Rochelle!

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