Two NFL Players charged with armed robbery in Florida

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Two NFL Players, Deandre Beaker of the New York Giants and Quinton Dunbar of the Seattle Seahawks
are said to have robbed other guests at gunpoints according to the reports on Wednesday.

The Florida police are searching for the two accused after they allegedly robbed people at the house party.

About $12,000 in cash and watches worth upto $25,000 were taken by the two.

An arrest warrant has been issued against the two accused on Thursday and according to that the incident occurred after an argument broke out at the house party where the other guests were partying and having fun in Miramar.

Baker allegedly took out a gun and instructed Dunbar and another man who was described as wearing a red mask ‘to take money and valuables’ from the guests.

However, the man in the red mask is not identified yet acc to the reports. Also, Baker asked this person to shoot one witness, but the red masked-man did not do this, victims report.

All three accused flew away after robbery in separate vehicles— a Mercedes Benz, a Lamborghini and a BMW.

Also, according to the police affidavit, one witness said was ‘this was all planned out under one impression’, as all the three accused getaway in three different vehicles ‘ were later pre-positioned to expedite an immediate departure from the area’.

Authorities said a victim told police of meeting the two men two days previously at a party in Miami, where the two accused, Baker and Dunbar were said to have lost $70,000. Later, it was found that there was a gambling at a party Wednesday night, authorities said to the police.

The police also revealed that Baker, who is 22, was already facing eight charges in total, four for armed robbery and four for aggravated assault with a firearm.On the other hand, Dunbar, who is 27, has been charged with four counts of armed robbery.

Florida police is on hunt for the two accused and further no track of them have been recorded yet so far.
They both men play as a cornerbacks for their respective teams.


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