Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Marvin Harrison has been interviewed about a shooting in North Philadelphia, but police were quick to say that the Philadelphia native is not a suspect.
Ealier this week, Harrison was among several people interviewed by Central Detectives after an adult male was shot in the hand and a child injured in the eye by shattered glass, said Lt. Frank Vanore of the Public Affairs Unit.
The injuries were the result of gunfire that erupted Tuesday about 5 p.m. on the street near 25th and Thompson Streets, Vanore said.
"The injuries were not life-threatening," Vanore said, adding the child was treated at a nearby hospital and released.
The radio station WIP, citing unidentified sources, reported the alleged shooting victim argued with Harrison at Playmakers bar. The victim left and headed to his car, Harrison followed and gunfire broke out, the station reported. The alleged victim was shot in the hand and did not identify the shooter, according to the radio station.
Harrison, a prep football star at Philadelphia's Roman Catholic High, has owned Playmakers since July 2004, according to state records.
"We have no suspects and there are no charges in this shooting investigation," Vanore said. "We are interviewing all the witnesses and everybody who we believe may have been in the area, or possibly in the area."
Vanore said he does not know what led to the shooting, and that the ownership of the gun is "part of the investigation and I don't have any details like that."
Vanore did not disclose whether a weapon was recovered or any guns were turned into police.
Vanore said Harrison is cooperating.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.