RadarOnline.com has obtained a police document that chronicled in detail the attempt of Florida state child and family protective agents to meet with Tiger Woods and his wife Elin Nordegren last Friday.
(Alleged: Kids may have witness domestic dispute that included ‘weapon’)
The document - police dispatch notes - details that the investigation centers on possible domestic violence between Tiger and his wife taking place in front of their young children. Using police code, it also spells out that a unknown weapon may have been involved. A source close to the situation told RadarOnline.com that the weapon is a golf club.
Radar also alleges that the Florida’s Department of Children and Families has officially opened an investigation into the matter. There’s also new details from Radar on what happened during the police-escorted DCF visit to Woods’ home last Friday.
RadarOnline.com has also learned that it was a DCF supervisor who attempted to talk to Tiger and his wife at their home on Friday but was not able to make contact.
The police document details how Orange County Sherriff’s deputies assisted the agency as it followed up on the possible “domestic in front of children” involving a weapon. Deputies first had contact with DCF at 2:41 p.m. Friday and were asked to assist the agency in getting to Tiger’s house, which is in an exclusive gated community.
Deputies were on scene at 3:19 pm and the police involvement was over by 4:17 pm with the report noting “negative contact.” The report also notes the police case is closed.
Two of the deputies from the Orange County Sherrif’s department who were on the scene to assist are domestic violence specialists, RadarOnline.com learned.
The concern of the DCF is not only the possible armed conflict between Woods and his wife, but that the couple’s children were present during the dispute.
Like the Florida Highway Patrol’s investigation, DCF officials have yet to make contact with Woods and Nordegren but with their children now apparently squarely involved in this inquiry, perhaps the couple will be more forthcoming with local authorities.