DeAndre Baker and Quinton Dunbar surrender after armed robbery charges
NFL’s Players DeAndre Baker and Quinton Dunbar turn themselves in after robbery charge.
NFL cornerbacks DeAndre Baker and Quinton Dunbar were both issued bond Sunday in an armed robbery case police say both were involved in, Both the star turned in themselves after robbery charge issued.
According to the statement by Miramar Police, DeAndre Baker and Quinton Dunbar surrender themselves into the main jail on Saturday.
The New York Giants player baker issued a bond of $200,000 and according to the jail website.
While, Seattle Seahawks player Dunbar turned himself on what his attorney, Michael Grieco, says “a bogus arrest warrant based solely on uncorroborated witness statements.”
Dunbar was presented before the court and judge granted him $25.000 per bond attempted, it equals $100,000 in a total of four bounds he attempted, it is stated by the jail website
According to an arrest warrant, both the NFL’s players were at a party where they are suspected of robbing about $12,000 (£9,850) in cash and watches worth up to $25,000 are believed to have been taken from a property in the city of Miramar on Wednesday.
New York Giants’ cornerback Baker, aged 22, is charged with four counts of each of believed to be an aggravated assault with a fireman and armed robbery on the account.
The 27-year-old, Seattle Seahawks player, Dunbar is facing four counts of armed robbery and with a fireman as well, said by the Police.
The Defense attorney of Dunbar took on Instagram that the charges against Dunbar hold “no water’ and he also said that his client would be released Sunday.
“His career and reputation have been put in jeopardy as a result of an overzealous @miramarpd that was so excited about arresting a pro football player that they tweeted out their celebration and even tagged his employer in their unprofessional ‘virtual touchdown dance,” Grieco’spost on Instagram.
While the Baker’s defense attorney thanked Miramar Police for their Professionalism.
“We understand that the officers can only base warrants on what was told to them at the time. We have had affidavits from several witnesses that also dispute the allegations and exculpate our client,” he posted on Instagram.
“Police reports are just that, reports of what was told to them or said to them. The court is what we use to then examine those reports, investigate those claims, and allow the Defendant an opportunity to confront the evidence. Don’t rush to judgment,” he continued.
The NFL officials confirmed that they are aware of the situation ongoing.
A statement by New York Giants stated that they had been in contact with Baker in the wake of the incident, and also The Seattle Seahawks said they are: “aware of the situation” and they too said that they are “still gathering information”.