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Marijuana, Chiefs playbook recovered from Dallas crash involving Rashee Rice: Reports

Drugs, a Kansas City Chiefs playbook and a check for $16,500 were among the items recovered from the scene of a multi-vehicle crash involving Chiefs wide receiver Rashee Rice on a Dallas highway last weekend, police records show. Dallas TV station WFAA reported that 10.8 grams of marijuana were found in the Lamborghini Rice had been driving.

Through an open records request, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram obtained a redacted report filed by Dallas police after the March 30 incident. The report lists seven victims, seven “other” people connected to the crash and six vehicles involved. Officers at the scene collected items including the playbook, the check, keys, a credit card and a necklace. The report indicates that officers also recovered drugs, though the type and amount are redacted.

A narrative section of the report is almost entirely redacted.

The incident report does not give names of those involved, only general descriptions of two men, who are described as “unknown.” The report also lists three alleged offenses police investigated: An accident involving an injury, an accident involving damage to a vehicle of more than $200, and a third offense that is redacted.

An attorney for Rice said Thursday that his client told Dallas police he was the driver of a leased Lamborghini that, along with a Corvette, appeared to have caused the crash. The report lists a 2021 black Corvette and a black 2020 Lamborghini Urus SUV, which can be seen on dashcam video apparently racing before the crash, as suspect vehicles. Both were towed and impounded, according to the incident report.

In a statement posted on Instagram on Wednesday, Rice wrote that he had met with Dallas police.

“I take full responsibility for my part in this matter and will continue to cooperate with the necessary authorities,” the post read. “I sincerely apologize to everyone impacted in Saturday’s accident.”

The Fort Worth Star-Telegram’s James Hartley, as well as The Star’s Pete Grathoff and Blair Kerkhoff contributed reporting to this story.