charged with felony for strip club shooting
An arrest warrant has been
issued for Adam Pacman Jones in connection with shooting which
occurred in February at Las Vegas strip club.
Jones, who is already serving a one-year suspension from the
NFL, will face two felony charges resulting from a Las Vegas
strip club disturbance in February that led to three people
being shot. Jones will face two counts of felony coercion, and
if found guilty, could face up to six years in prison. With
these felony charges, the chances of Pacman's suspension to be
shortened or for his reinstatement when it ends, are almost
According to a criminal complaint filed in
Clark County District Court, Nevada, Jones threatened to kill
employees at the strip club, and he bit a bouncer on the ankle.
The shooting following the incident left one employee paralyzed
and two others with minor injuries. The shooter has not been
The 23-year-old Tennessee Titans cornerback
did not appeal his suspension, hoping to be reinstated sooner
for good behavior. But his actions are making many call for
Pacman Jones complete ban from the NFL.
Pacman Jones is also sought for questioning in
Atlanta, Georgia, for yet another strip club shooting incident.
The Atlanta police does not believe that Jones was involved in
the shooting, but he could provide valuable information to the
investigation. Follow the link below to read about Pacman Jones
and the ATL shooting.
Published on 06/20/2007