Former NFL Player’s Son Missing Amid Battery Investigation

( – On June 28, Indiana authorities issued a Silver Alert for Bryson Muir, the son of Daniel Muir, who is a former NFL player. The alert states that the 14-year-old boy is believed to be in acute danger. Bryson is 6’ 2” tall, weighs 185 pounds, has brown eyes, and black hair, according to the police.

Cheryl Wright, Bryson’s grandmother, was the last person to see him on June 16. His parents, Daniel and Kristen Muir, picked him up, and after they left, Wright called the police. When she saw his swollen face, fat lip, and black eye, she informed the police that her grandson claimed his father had beaten him.

Wright gave them a picture of Bryson, his face battered, and informed them that the boy had told her that his father was the culprit. He also told his grandmother that he deserved it, wasn’t angry at his father, and he was fine. She explained to him that it wasn’t alright and that no one should harm their children.

Along with the Silver Alert, the Indiana State Police (ISP) has opened an investigation into possible domestic battery. They state that he left his grandmother’s home on June 16 with his parents. When Wright called them, they issued an alert, prompting Garfield Heights, Ohio, police to stop his mother’s vehicle. However, they discovered the boy was not with her, according to the police.

According to a news release from the Indiana State Police on June 27, Bryson had not been located by the ISP or the Department of Child Services (DCP). The boy’s parents initially were cooperative, but they have since canceled an arranged meeting with Bryson and the police, according to the ISP.

Wright told the police that she received a call from her daughter, Kristen, to pick up Bryson near Toledo, Ohio. Daniel and Kristen were with a man she did not know. Wright brought her grandson home.

In the Silver Alert, police ask anyone with information about Bryson Muir’s location to call either 911 or 800-382-0689.

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