Who is Shalonda Mixon? Wiki, Biography, Age, Joe Mixon’s Sister, Suspect, Facts

Shalonda Mixon Wiki – Shalonda Mixon Bio

Joe Mixon’s sister, Shalonda Mixon, reportedly has been named as a suspect along with one other in the shooting that took place at the Cincinnati Bengals star’s home earlier this week. Ohio police were called to the home of the running back on Monday night in response to a shooting that resulted in a minor injury to a juvenile, who was reportedly hospitalized.

According to a Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office incident report obtained by TMZ, several juveniles were playing a game called ‘dart wars’ with toy Nerf-style guns near the property when the shooting occurred.

Joe Mixon’s sister is ‘named as a suspect in the shooting that occurred at the Bengals star’s home

In the report police say that two of the teens participating in the game allege that the one of the other players, a 16-year-old boy, had run alongside the house with the toy gun when he was shot at with a real firearm. ‘Unknown suspect(s)’ allegedly shot at the teenage boy from the Bengals player’s backyard, firing off 11 rounds, according to the report. According to the documents, a black Honda Accord was spotted leaving the property not long after the shooting.

Police say that following stop of the vehicle, it was revealed that Shalonda Mixon, 34, and a man named Lamonte Brewer, 34, were in the car. Both reportedly were identified as suspects in the shooting incident.

The boy was taken to hospital, where medical staff said he still had a bullet lodged in his foot, police say. DailyMail.com has reached out to the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office. The HCSO released a statement Thursday that said that no arrests have been made and no charges have been filed.

‘We understand that there is very specific interest in this story due to the nature of the home being connected to Bengals player Joe Mixon,’ an HCSO spokesperson said in a statement Thursday. ‘We cannot confirm additional details outside of what is outlined in the Incident Report. Our investigative team continues to review the evidence and conduct interviews.’

Joe Mixon has yet to publicly comment on the incident.

On Tuesday, Fox 19 reported a neighbor’s claim that a gun was fired from Joe Mixon’s residence at high school teens who were playing ‘Nerf wars’ alongside his property, but it’s unclear who pulled the trigger.

The local network reported that officers taped off an area around a home on Ayers Road in Anderson Township – a Cincinnati suburb along the banks of the Ohio River. The residence is adjacent to a home belonging to Joe Mixon, according to an arrest warrant for the 26-year-old NFL star that was dropped earlier this year.

Fox 19 reported that there was an evidence marker in Mixon’s yard, and deputies were seen extending the crime-scene tape to his property around 11pm on Monday.

Less than an hour later, officers reportedly banged on Mixon’s door, identified themselves, and told the homeowner to exit the home. Later, a car was permitted into the home’s driveway around 12:15 am, according to Fox 19. At 1:30, another officer arrived with an envelope of documents before deputies entered the home, Fox 19 reports, adding that the crime-scene tape was removed at 3:20am.

Deputies left without making an arrest. Authorities later said in a police report that a shell casing had been found in Mixon’s yard, confirming that the 26-year-old’s home is ‘part of the crime scene.’

It is unclear whether Mixon was involved, or whether he was even at the property at the time of the incident. On Wednesday police released an audio recording of Joe Mixon’s personal trainer, Sean Pena, making a 911 call to alert cops to ‘multiple gunshots’ outside the NFL star’s home.

Pena, who’s a performance enhancement specialist with clients in the NFL, MLB, and NBA, immediately called 911 from ‘my athlete’s’ home and reported that ‘kids’ were playing near the house, and that they had blocked off the road with their cars.

‘One kid was running around brandishing a weapon and he went back to his car and it looked like it was a fake weapon,’ Pena said at the start of the 911 call, first obtained by TMZ Sports.

‘But then I kept watching, watching, watching and then he was screaming something and he went back to his car and he pulled out another weapon.’ ‘It looked like a Kel-Tec or something and he ran up the back driveway of this house that he had been going up and down, and said, ”F*** yeah.”’

Pena then confirmed to the 911 operator that he heard five back-to-back gunshots before three vehicles belonging to some of the teens ‘sped off.’

‘They’ve been going back and forth, back and forth,’ he added, hinting that the teens have previously been seen in the neighborhood several times. ‘They had the road blocked. There were girls driving a certain car and guys…and everything…

‘One guy, he ran up the grass between the athlete’s house and the other neighbor’s house, and I heard him yelling something while he was brandishing a weapon, and then I heard ”pop pop pop pop pop!”’ It isn’t the first controversy that Joe Mixon has had to face this year.

After the Bengals failed to secure a Super Bowl berth in a 23-20 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC title game, a warrant was issued for Mixon’s arrest over claims he pointed a gun at a woman in downtown Cincinnati.

According to reports, Mixon allegedly told the woman that she should be ‘popped in the face,’ adding: ‘I should shoot you now. The police can’t get me.’ The alleged incident is said to have taken place a day before Cincinnati played the Buffalo Bills in an AFC Divisional playoff game.

However, the menacing charge against Mixon has since been dismissed at the request of the Hamilton County Persecutor’s Office. Authorities have reserved the right to refile the case at a later date, and a prosecutor told county judge Curt Kissinger that the department needs ‘additional investigation before we would move forward with this case.’

Prospectors also noted that the alleged victim understood the need to dismiss the case but would still like to proceed with charges if the case is refiled. Mixon’s agent Peter Schaffer said police rushed to judgment in the case, which reportedly involved a road rage incident downtown Cincinnati.

‘It was a rush judgment,’ Schaffer said via NFL Network reporter Tom Pelissero. ‘They’re dropping the charges first thing in the morning. ‘I really feel the police have an obligation before they file charges – because of the damage that can be done to the person’s reputation – to do their work. They should be held to a higher standard because I don’t play with people’s lives.’

Mixon remains under contract with the Bengals for 2023 with a $9.4 million base salary, but his future with the team appears clouded following recent comments from Bengals player personnel director, Duke Tobin. ‘Joe has been a vital part of our team,’ Tobin said, speaking in the past tense at the recent NFL Draft scouting combine in Indianapolis.

‘He’s been a successful part of our team. Again, I’m not gonna predict the offseason because I don’t have the answers.’ A second-round pick out of Oklahoma in 2017, Mixon has rushed for 5,378 yards and 40 touchdowns with Cincinnati on top of 231 career receptions for 1,763 yards and another 10 scores.

He was a Pro Bowl selection for the 2021 season as the Bengals reached the Super Bowl for the first time since the 1988 campaign. He was previously accused of assault for punching a woman in October of 2014, when he was a student in Norman, Oklahoma.

The woman claimed Mixon and his teammates were harassing her and a friend outside the store. As seen on surveillance video, the woman slapped Mixon, who responded by punching her in the face. She required surgery as a result of the attack. The woman accused Mixon of directing a homophobic slur at her friend, whom Mixon claimed directed a racial slur at him. A settlement was reached in 2017 and Mixon apologized to Molitor.

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