By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Hours after New York Giants cornerback Deandre Baker turned himself into the authorities, Seattle Seahawks cornerback Quinton Dunbar has done the season. The Miramar, Florida have been trying to get these two men to turn themselves in since Thursday.
Both Baker and Dunbar are facing four counts of armed robbery for a incident that began on Wednesday night. Baker is also facing four counts of aggravated assault.
Dunbar’s attorney was unsure if he should ask his client to turn himself in to the authorities. In fact, the same attorney claims that he has five witnesses, who sign sworn affidavits, that Dunbar did not do what he’s being alleged of doing.
This may be a problem, as the authorities spoke with the same five witnesses first before deciding to issue arrest warrants for the two NFL players.
During a cookout in Miramar, Florida on Wednesday night, Baker got into an argument with the people at the party. He then brandished a gun.
Baker then robbed four people at the cookout. He also allegedly instructed Dunbar to rob four people, as well.
These two men are facing four counts of armed robbery each. In addition, Baker is also facing four counts of aggravated assault.
The Giants player also allegedly instructed an individual, who the authorities believe is a third man, who was wearing a red mask to shoot a person at the cookout. However, this individual did not shoot anybody.
Baker, Dunbar, and the third man allegedly made off with nearly $74,000 in cash with expensive jewelry. The men also allegedly made an escape in exotic getaway cars.
If Baker and Dunbar of the armed robbery charges, if convicted, they’re facing 10-years-to-life in prison. If convicted on the aggravated assault charges, Baker can either be sentenced to an additional five-years in jail, or five-years of probation with an expensive fine.
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