In Miramir, Fl., arrest warrants are being issued at present time for New York Giants cornerback DeAndre Baker and Seattle Seahawks defensive back Quinton Dunbar (as first reported by ESPN’s Adam Schefter).
Both players are facing charges on four counts each of armed robbery and aggressive assault with a firearm. Both were in connection to an incident that happened on May 13 at a cookout party they were at.
According to MySportsUpdate on Twitter, both players engaged in an argument and Baker pulled out a semi-automatic firearm. However, the gun was not fired.
Then both men were robbing the guests at the party and Baker directed the firearm at another man to shoot someone there.
Before this incident happened, both Baker and Dunbar were believed to lose over $70,000 at a gambling party in Miami days prior. Also, the players are rumored to have taken three watches, two of them were ranged up to $25,000, and $7,000 in cash.
The incident also did appear to have started over a dispute on gambling. Both players have not been arrested as of yet.