Aldon Smith turns himself in to SFPD

Jan 5 2018 Los Angeles CA USA Los Angeles Lakers forward Brandon Ingram looks on during the second half against the Charlotte Hornets at Staples Center. Mandatory Credit Kelvin Kuo-USA TODAY Sports

Former Raiders linebacker Aldon Smith has turned himself in to San Francisco Police, who had a warrant out for his arrest over a domestic violence incident with his fiancee over the weekend. Smith left before police arrived to respond to the 911 call.

According to police reports from Saturday's incident, the victim said Smith bit her wrists before climbing out a window and fleeing in his vehicle.

On Monday, the Oakland Raiders released Smith, a pass rusher.

Smith, 28, surrendered to investigators with the Police Department's special victims unit without incident, according to Officer Giselle Linnanne.

Smith is being charged with domestic violence, assault with force likely to produce great bodily injury, false imprisonment and vandalism. He was booked into jail at 12:25 p.m. and released on $30,000 bail two hours later. His time in the National Football League included stints with the 49ers and Raiders, and he became known as a productive defensive presence early with San Francisco. Smith is being held at San Francisco County Jail, per TMZ Sports.

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Smith has been arrested two times for DUI and for public intoxication.

Smith's fiancee spoke with TMZ and confirmed that she called police to report Smith had assaulted her on Saturday night, but she said she is mostly anxious about Smith getting help for his substance abuse problem. "Aldon called my parents and asked them to take him to rehab", she said.

"I'm anxious about him", said a source close to Smith, according to TMZ Sports.

Also on Tuesday, TMZ Sports reported that Smith's struggle with alcohol became so bad recently that "he was drinking every single day" and people close to him are concerned that "he'll drink himself to death if he continues down this road".

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