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Johnny Manziel's case headed to grand jury

Investigation continues into Johnny Manziel's domestic dispute. (Source: WOIO) Investigation continues into Johnny Manziel's domestic dispute. (Source: WOIO)
Johnny Manziel and ex-girlfriend, Colleen Crowley. (Source: Facebook) Johnny Manziel and ex-girlfriend, Colleen Crowley. (Source: Facebook)
DALLAS, TX (WOIO) -

Dallas Police say the investigation of the domestic violence assault involving Johnny Manziel last month will now be presented to a grand jury.  

Police say Manziel could face a Class A misdemeanor assault/domestic violence charge. 

Investigators say the Browns quarterback and his ex-girlfriend, Colleen Crowley got into a fight at a hotel and Crowley claims Manziel hit her so hard she lost her hearing. The incident allegedly happened on Jan. 30 at the Zaza Hotel. The report also states that Manziel hit Crowley while driving her vehicle back to Fort Worth.

The Browns are expected to cut Manziel when the new league year begins on March 9. 

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