NFL Cornerbacks Deandre Baker & Quinton Dunbar Plead Not Guilty In Armed Robbery Case
Last week, New York Giants cornerback Deandre Baker and Seattle Seahawks cornerback Quinton Dunbar were wanted for arrest stemming from an armed robbery in South Florida, Baker was charged on eight counts, Dunbar receiving four.
On Tuesday, both Baker and Dunbar pleaded not guilty to their respective charges, this following after both players posted bail from Broward Sheriff’s Office jail on Sunday.
The lawyers for both Baker and Dunbar expect the charges to be dropped given the affidavits they have received and the lack of evidence in the alleged robbery.
The alleged altercation occurred during an illegal dice game and a dispute occurred after players at the event were accused of using loaded dice.
In the arrest warrant, Baker and Dunbar have been accused of stealing money and watches with force while in possession with semi-automatic guns and Baker threatened people with his gun and told a third, unidentified suspect to shoot someone who was just entering the party.