DEARBORN, Mich. (AP) - Suburban Detroit police say they have closed their investigation into a traffic accident involving Detroit Lions defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh (ehn-DAHM'-uh-kehn soo).
Dearborn police say the accident was minor and fault cannot be determined. Suh declined to comment after practice.
Steve Vines of Livonia says it's not minor and he has at least $500 in damage. He says Suh sideswiped his vehicle Thursday and didn't stop.
Meanwhile, The Oakland Press reports Friday that a couple has sued Suh and his sister, Ngum Suh, for a return of their $100,000 security deposit on a leased Birmingham home. Gregory and Laura Packer also claim they haven't been allowed to get property left at the home when they moved out June 15.
The Associated Press sent an email to Ngum Suh seeking comment.

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