A warrant now accuses Seahawks CB Quinton Dunbar and Giants CB DeAndre Baker of paying up to $55k to four alleged victims to five authorities’ false statements in the duo’s armed robbery.
With the warrant, authorities were able to find video footage and direct messages on Instagram that allegedly shows a witness Dominic Johnson watching over the payoff Baker and Dunbar payoff four victims of the robbery. Johnson was labeled as a coach in the original arrest warrant and told police he knew both players since they were children.
“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,
In early May both players were accused of robbery as Baker pulled out a semi-automatic firearm after a heated argument. Baker and Dunbar then proceeded to rob people at the party and took an $18,000 Rolex watch, a $25,000 Hublot, and more than $7,000 in cash. A third man was involved wearing a red ski mask and at one point Baker instructed the third member to shoot a party guest who had just walked through the door as the commotion was happening but nobody was shot.