At least as far as the courts are concerned, there’s nothing to see here. Move on.
Yesterday it was reported that Georgia’s Isaiah McKenzie was accused of making “terroristic threats or acts” to a female during an incident at a local Chili’s restaurant Monday night. Specifically, it was alleged the wide receiver threatened to kill the woman.
Wednesday, however, an Athens-Clarke County police spokesperson confirmed to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution that the alleged “victim declined to prosecute so the case is closed as far as we are concerned.”
While no charges will be filed, McKenzie could still be facing some sort of discipline from the team.
In his first year as a starter, McKenzie is third on Georgia’s team in receiving with 89 yards and fourth with five receptions. He also leads the team in punt returns, averaging 14.5 yards on his eight attempts. He brought one punt back 77 yards for a touchdown.