Athens-Clarke County police will not pursue charges against sophomore receiver Isaiah McKenzie following an investigation that he made a verbal death threat at a local restaurant.
A spokesperson of the police department stated the "victim declined to prosecute so the case is closed."
On Monday evening, police responded to a call at the Chili’s location at 183 Alps Rd., after a female complainant stated McKenzie, "was going to call some friends and they were going to come out and he was going to kill her."
McKenzie was not arrested or charged with a crime at the time of the alleged incident. Witnesses at the scene, included in the incident report, were Georgia players Dominick Sanders, Terry Godwin, D’Andre Walker and Jarvis Wilson.
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McKenzie was at practice Tuesday and was seen running with the first team.
This season, McKenzie has totaled five catches for 89 yards. As a return specialist, he has 116 punt return yards and a touchdown, as well as 42 kickoff return yards.