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Video Evidence NFL Players Involved in Poker Game Armed Robbery

Written by:
Jagajeet Chiba
Published on:
Jul/10/2020

The New York Daily News reports that video evidence, Instagram DMs, and testimony show payoff cover-ups for NFL players DeAndre Baker and Quinton Dunbar tied to an alleged armed robbery that occurred on May 13 in Miramar, Fla.


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From the Daily News:

The explosive warrant, obtained as a public record from the Broward County (Fla.) Clerk of Courts, seeks access to iCloud accounts associated with Baker and Dunbar. The warrant cites evidence collected through previous warrants, which includes video footage and direct messages that allegedly show witness Dominic Johnson oversaw the payoff of Baker’s and Dunbar’s four alleged victims on May 15 at the office of Dunbar’s attorney, Michael Grieco. 

Grieco was yet to respond to the claims via his Facebook page as of 7:30 pm ET.

“I made them same n----s that said they got robbed come in and say them Boys ain’t have nothing to Do with it,” Johnson allegedly wrote on May 16 in a series of incriminating direct messages on his Instagram account, @powerballnick_305.

Johnson is the witness referred to as “Coach” in the original arrest warrant who told police that he has known Baker and Dunbar since they were children.

He advertises himself as the CEO of LOCKDOWN PROMOTIONS, a nightlife promotions company based in Miami, and has connections to several NFL players through coaching locally.

Baker’s attorney, Bradford Cohen, recently claimed to have testimony from two witnesses that they never saw the Giants corner pull a gun or rob anyone.

But Johnson’s own written words in his Instagram direct messages also “corroborate a robbery had occurred and those who were charged were the participants,” the warrant summarizes.

Arrest warrants were issued for both players and another man back in May.

CBS4 at the time reported that one of the witnesses told police that “attendees were playing cards, video games and gambling” when an argument broke out involving Baker. The witness said Baker flipped the card game table, and then pulled out a gun.  They noted that there were conflicting reports as to whether Dunbar had a gun.

One witness told the local CBS affiliate that Dunbar did not have a gun, but was “directing others to take valuables.” 

The arrest warrant goes on to state that Baker, Dunbar and a third person, identified only as “Shy,” began robbing the guests. 

- Jagajeet Chiba, Gambling911.com

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