Arrest Warrant Issued For NFL Players DeAndre Baker & Quinton Dunbar After They Allegedly Pulled Out Guns At Party And Started Robbing Guests
Seattle Seahawks corner Quinton Dunbar and NY Giants cornerback DeAndre Baker are in serious trouble with the law after they were accused of armed robbery.
According to TMZ, Baker and Dunbar pulled out guns after an argument at a party and began robbing guests.
According to police, the two men were partying in Miramar, FL on May 13 … when things took a disturbing turn.
Cops say Baker and Dunbar were allegedly hanging at a cookout — playing cards and video games — when an argument broke out and Baker whipped out a semi-automatic firearm.
Cops say the men began to rob party guests … with Dunbar assisting in taking watches and other valuables at the direction of Baker.
At one point, cops say Baker directed a 3rd man — who was wearing a red mask — to shoot someone who had just walked into the party … but fortunately, no one was actually shot.
Law enforcement says the men made out with more than $7,000 in cash — along with several valuable watches including an $18,000 Rolex watch, a $25,000 Hublot and a pricey Audemars Piguet timepiece.
One witness says the players had lost $70,000 gambling a few days earlier and may have planned the robbery to get their money back.
One witness told cops they had met Baker and Dunbar at a party a few days earlier in Miami — at which the NFL players had “lost” around $70,000.
Our sources tell us the men had “lost” the money in high-stakes card games and other forms of gambling.
One witness told cops the men were gambling again at the May 13 event … when an argument broke out and Baker allegedly flipped a table and busted out his piece.
According to cops, some people at the party believe it was a planned robbery because when the 3 men were done taking valuables, there were 3 getaway cars strategically positioned to “expedite an immediate departure.”
FYI, the alleged getaway cars were SICK — a Lamborghini, a Mercedes-Benz and a BMW.
Both players are not yet in custody but have discussed turning themselves in.
The NFL said they were looking into the matter.