Swann, according to the report, denied after being read his rights that he touched Yung, and said she returned to the vehicle on her own. The Vic got scared that the argument was going to escalate and got out of the vehicle in the area of 2400 SE Hawthorne Rd.
Witnesses say that they saw Riggs jump out of a slow moving auto then Swann got out, put Riggs in a headlock and dragged her back into the vehicle.
WWE has a 0 tolerance policy concerning this kind of thing and Swann was indefinitely suspended following the release of this police report.
Swann, 26, is being held in jail without bail.
One witness told police that Yung was pounding on the window inside the vehicle screaming for help as they drove away, adding that she seemed "very afraid" of Swann.
As we previously reported, Swann was arrested on Sunday in Florida around midnight.
That's when Swann grabbed Riggs by the arm and put his arm around her neck, police said. You can see the full police report below from the Gainesville Police Twitter. When she did not, he grabbed her, put her in a headlock and dragged her back inside the auto while she was screaming for help, according to the arrest report.
Yung later stated Swann "has a temper sometimes" and she fled the situation because she feared physical violence. Swann also told authorities that the couple had been together five years and have been married nine months.
The WWE's Domestic Violence policy from their corporate website says that upon arrest, superstars will be suspended.
Swann was slated to match up with Drew Gulak in a match to determine the No. 1 contender for Enzo Amore's Cruiserweight title on Monday night. He is now being held at Alachua County Jail in Gainesville, Florida and has been charged with kidnapping and false imprisonment, as well as battery - touching or striking.
WWE said Swann was suspended indefinitely.