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Brandon Marshall's Wife Arrested At His Southwest Ranches House

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Michi Nogami-Marshall, the wife of Dolphins wide receiver Brandon Marshall, was arrested at her husband's house this morning, according to the Broward Sheriff's Office.

Part of her pre-trial release after allegedly stabbing her husband in April was to stay 500 feet away from his Southwest Ranches house and have no contact with him.

Since she was at Marshall's house, that didn't work out too well.

Police responded to the house after they received a hang-up 9-1-1 call from Marshall's address, although the name of who called the police is redacted in the arrest report.

Nogami-Marshall told the cops she had been staying at his house since he was out of town, but when Marshall came home, they got into an argument, according to police.

Nogami-Marshall is back in the Broward County jail, although it's been tough for the state attorney's office to build a case against her because Marshall won't cooperate.

Marshall's attorney had previously told the Sun-Sentinel that Marshall never wanted the "no contact" order against his wife, and said he missed her.

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