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July 29, 2014
Audio of 911 call in Mixon incident is released.
Norman Police are still investigating the alleged assault. The unidentified caller recounts the events as he saw them, and makes no mention of who the alleged assailant is.
"I did not see the guy myself. I was in the back when it happened," he said. "A few people did see what happened that are still here."
After the caller told police where he was, the caller said, "Some girl just got clocked in the face."
911 CALL FOLLOWING JOE MIXON INCIDENT AT PICKLEMAN'S
The victim was later identified by police as Amelia Rae Molitor, a 20-year-old OU student.
The unidentified caller mentions the state of Molitor at the time of his call as well.
"She's reasonably intoxicated as well," said the caller. "She was bleeding pretty bad from her mouth after she got punched."
The caller mentioned the victim had "stormed off," but later said she was in the restaurant's restroom. Another person in the background described what happened to Molitor.
"He knocked her ass out," the person said.
Mixon's attorney, Kevin Finlay, released a statement on his client's behalf on Monday evening.
"This past Friday morning Joe Mixon found himself in a situation where he was subjected to both verbal and physical attacks from a very intoxicated and troubled young woman," said Finlay in the statement. "As a result of these physical attacks, Joe instinctually defended himself against further harm.
"As promised, Joe met with investigators from the Norman Police Department this afternoon. Throughout the meeting, Joe continued to be forthcoming and cooperative with their investigation. We are looking forward to a thorough investigation and are very much looking forward to the truth coming out. As we have always maintained, Joe has done nothing wrong."
In his meeting with police Mixon requested charges be filed for assault and battery against Molitor for her role in the Pickleman's incident, a source told SoonerScoop.
Court records obtained by SoonerScoop on Monday showed a bench warrant -- a misdemeanor warrant -- was issued for the arrest of Molitor on July 24, 2014.