While at the University of Maine, the Kansas City Chiefs player who killed his girlfriend before shooting himself, Jovan Belcher, was accused of criminal mischief while at the school.
It's unclear exactly what happened and it's dangerous to draw a straight line from the incident at Maine to what happened on that tragic day at the Kansas City Chiefs complex. But this is the first official record of any type of violent incident from Belcher's past.
One police report, dated April 1, 2006, says police responded to a report of criminal mischief at a school campus residence. Police said that Belcher had punched his arm through a window.
Police on the report said Belcher was upset over a woman.
Belcher was treated for an arm wound by medical personnel, according to the report.
Belcher was referred to Maine's judicial affairs department for disorderly conduct and restitution.
It's not clear why Belcher did this. Was it a prank? Or something more serious?
Again, there is very little information about Belcher's past, and this constitutes a concrete piece, as small a piece as it is.
A Maine spokesperson had originally stated there were no records other than an incident report to request a locked door be open. But the police, the spokesperson told CBSSports.com on Monday night, had entered the report of Belcher punching his arm through a window, under a misspelled name.
The other Maine records involving Belcher include a noise problem that led to questioning but no action and a medical call.