Here’s what court documents allege in property damage case against Chiefs’ Willie Gay

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Prosecutors in Johnson County allege that Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Willie Gay Jr. committed criminal damage to property which constitutes a domestic violence offense, according to court documents.

Gay, 23, was arrested at 10:30 p.m. Wednesday and booked into Johnson County jail shortly after midnight Thursday morning. He’s scheduled to appear before a judge at 2:30 p.m.

Prosecutors charged Gay Thursday morning the misdemeanor charge of criminal damage to property, which “constitutes a domestic violence offense,” according to the court documents.

Gay allegedly damaged a vacuum, cellphone, wall, door frame and a humidifier, according to an Overland Park police report, which said the total amount of damage was $225.

The victim, identified as an ex-partner, was not injured, according to the police report. No drugs or alcohol were involved in the incident.

A spokesperson with the Chiefs told The Star on Thursday morning that the team is aware of Gay’s overnight arrest but had no further comment.

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