• Police called to fight between women outside Falcon's home


    GWINNETT COUNTY, Ga.,None - Police were called to the home of Atlanta Falcon’s running back Michael Turner after a fight between two women broke out in his front yard.

    A security guard at Turner’s subdivision in Suwanee told police Rasheeda Walker approached the guard gate and asked for access. The guard called Turner, who told him that Walker was not welcome, but Walker then followed another vehicle through the gate, according to the police report.

    Walker told police that when she approached Turner’s home and knocked on a door, Turner’s current girlfriend, Elizabeth Delacruz, approached her from behind with a golf club and shouted an expletive.

    Walker and Delacruz scuffled over the golf club and Walker was scratched, according to the police report.

    Turner was not involved in the fight but told police he tried to separate the women. When a Gwinnett County police officer arrived, he gave Walker a warning for criminal trespass and told her not to return. Neither woman wanted to press charges after the fight.

    Walker told the officer that she has two children with Turner and is pregnant with a third, and she just wanted to speak to him about the situation.

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