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Giants’ Deandre Baker, Seahawks’ Quinton Dunbar Issued Arrest Warrant for Multiple Armed Robbery Charges

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Giants cornerback Deandre Baker and Seahawks cornerback Quinton Dunbar were issued warrants for their arrests on Thursday evening, the Miramar, Fl. police department announced.

Baker was issued an arrest warrant of four counts of armed robbery with a firearm and four counts of aggravated assault with a firearm. Dunbar has a warrant to arrest for four counts of armed robbery with a firearm.

Each player has no bail amount set for the warrant.

The incident in question occurred May 13, according to the police affidavit. The NFL players were allegedly at a party that began in the evening, and Baker was seen pointing his semi-automatic gun at one of the party's attendees. Baker was alleged to have directed two other individuals to take money and valuables from the other attendees of the party. According to the affidavit, Dunbar assisted Baker in taking the money and valuables at the direction of Baker.

In the affidavit, Baker is alleged to have knowingly committed an armed robbery, taking the money and watches of an alleged victim(s) using force. Per the affidavit, the Giants cornerback knowingly committed the act of aggravated assault with the firearm as he "intentionally and unlawfully threatened the victim(s) with a firearm, creating a reasonable fear that violence or harm" was imminent.

Baker and Dunbar were alleged to have lost more than $70,000 two days before the date of the incident at a different Miami-area party. Per the affidavit, vehicles used by the assailants were pre-positioned outside the residence.

"We are aware of the situation," the Giants said in a statement, per ESPN. "We have been in contact with DeAndre. We have no further comment at this time."

Baker was selected in the first round of the draft last year by the Giants. He recorded 61 total tackles and started in 15 games in his rookie year. 

Dunbar recorded 37 total tackles in 11 games for Washington last year, his fifth in the league. Seattle acquired him in a trade in late March. 

We are aware of the situation involving Quinton Dunbar and still gathering information. We will defer all further comment to league investigators and local authorities," Seattle said in a statement.