Police Report: Hill called police days before son removed from fiancée's custody

Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill runs for a touchdown after making a catch against the Los Angeles Rams during the second half of an NFL football game, Monday, Nov. 19, 2018, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Kelvin Kuo)
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(WIBW) -- Newly-obtained police reports from KCTV5 on Tuesday revealed Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill called for medical help for his fiancée, Crystal Espinal, just days before authorities removed their 3-year old son from their Overland Park home.

Hill was staying in a hotel due to a no contact order with his son, and apparently watching a video feed from inside the home.

KCTV5 also obtained audio from Overland Park's dispatch which stated Hill saw Espinal passed out while she was watching their son on April 1.

It's not known why Espinal passed out.

Four days after Hill's 911 call, Espinal lost custody of the child and a police investigation began concerning allegations of child abuse and battery. The allegations stemmed from two March police reports within nine days, and a broken arm the couple's son reportedly suffered in January.

The police investigation was closed without charges on April 24 by the Johnson County District Attorney who stated a crime was committed, but investigators could not determine which parent to charge.

The next day, KCTV5 released audio of a conversation between Espinal and Hill discussing the trial and allegations against them. The release resulted in Hill's suspension from all team activities and the DA's reopening of the case.

As of Tuesday, no charges have been filed against either Espinal or Hill, but the case remains open.

The couple's son remains in the care of another family familiar to him.