Police in Miramar, Florida, issued arrest warrants for two professional football players DeAndre Baker and Quinton Dunbar on Thursday suspected of involvement in armed robbery during a Party.
Baker, New York Giants player, and Dunbar, who plays for the Seattle Seahawks, are wanted for an incident Wednesday in Miramar, near Miami.
The first, 22, is wanted for four counts of robbery with a gun and four counts of aggravated assault with a gun. The second, aged 27, is wanted for four flight chiefs with a gun.
According to the arrest warrant, Baker and Dunbar were having a barbecue in a house when an argument started. Baker allegedly pulled out a firearm and ordered two other people, including Dunbar, to steal from other guests, according to a witness statement.
Other witnesses told police that the two men took several thousand dollars in cash, luxury watches and other valuables before leaving.
Baker, selected by the Giants in the first round of the Draft last year, had 15 games in his first season. Dunbar played 11 games for him with the Washington Redskins who transferred him to Seattle in March.
The NFL declined to comment. (dpa / nxp)
Created: 05.15.2020, 04h52