Giants cornerback DeAndre Baker has turned himself in to police in Miramar, Fla., his attorney Brad Cohen confirmed via Instagram on Saturday.
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Police put out a warrant for Baker’s arrest on Thursday — four counts of aggravated assault with a firearm and four counts of armed robbery with a firearm — after he, Seahawks defensive back Quinton Dunbar and a third man allegedly robbed people of cash and jewelry estimated at $73,500 at a Wednesday cookout.
Dunbar is also charged with four counts of armed robbery with a firearm.
The alleged robbery occurred after a dispute involving Baker broke out. He is accused of directing Dunbar to assist in the robbery and allegedly telling the third man to shoot an individual as they walked into the cookout while the robbery took place. No shots were fired.
According to warrants, police believe the robbery was planned because of how their alleged getaway vehicles were positioned. A witness also reportedly saw Baker and Dunbar at a party two days prior in Miami where they had lost roughly $70,000.
Both Baker’s and Dunbar’s respective attorneys claim to have affidavits from several people at the cookout clearing them of any wrongdoing.