The City of Tucson is dropping its criminal case against football player Ka'Deem Carey.
In a press release today, the City Prosecutor's Office said it is dismissing all criminal charges against Carey because of insufficient evidence and because a key witness is unavailable.
The release said, "…there is no substantial likelihood that a judge would convict Mr. Carey of either charge of domestic violence given the state of the evidence."
The charges stemmed from an alleged domestic violence incident on Dec. 23, 2012, involving Carey's pregnant ex-girlfriend.
Carey was a Junior on the Arizona Wildcats football team last year.
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