An incident report obtained by Northeast Ohio Media Group says that a police unit and a supervisor were called about 2:15 a.m. Saturday to union headquarters on West 58th Street.
The record says an off-duty officer was assaulted, but doesn't list the name of anyone involved in the altercation.
When confronted about the accusations, Loomis said in a text message that the altercation was "nothing physical, just a family issue with my granddaughter's father."
He did not respond to further questions.
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