Omenihu, 25, was arrested in San Jose after police were called to a home to investigate a domestic violence report. When they arrived, Omenihu's girlfriend, whose name is being withheld, alleged that Omenihu had pushed her to the ground during an argument. According to the police, she complained of pain in her arm, but declined to seek medical treatment, and the officers claim to have seen no visible injuries.
Omenihu cooperated with police, and gave a statement (which has not been released) to the officers. In addition to being arrested, he was served with an emergency protection order, requiring him to stay away from his girlfriend. After he was booked, he posted bail and left police custody.
At this point, Omenihu has not been charged with a crime. It's possible he will be in the near future, but that decision now rests in the hands of the Santa Clara County District Attorney's Office.
The Niners are traveling to play the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFC championship game on Sunday. The team originally released a statement saying it was in the "information gathering" phase.
Head coach Kyle Shanahan offered a more definitive statement on the team's plans Wednesday, saying Omenihu will play Sunday if healthy. And that the team will not part ways with Omenihu at the moment.