The charges stem from an alleged incident that occurred on May 13 in Miramar, Fla.
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According to the Miramar Police Department arrest warrant, Baker and Seattle Seahawks defensive back Quinton Dunba were at a house party when Baker allegedly pulled out a semi-automatic weapon and began pointing it at a guest after an argument broke out.
The warrant stated the 22-year-old Baker told two other individuals to take money and valuables from the party guests.
The police report in total states that four watches, valued from $600 to $25,000, along with $12,800 in cash were taken. The arrest warrant also states that someone walked into the party and at that point Baker directed a man in a red mask to shoot a person, but there was no mention of shots fired.
According to the New York Daily News, prosecutors declined to charge Quinton Dunbar, citing insufficient evidence.
Players on the commissioner’s exempt list are not allowed to practice with the team nor attend games, though teams can grant them permission to take part in some activities.
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The Giants, however, did not grant him any permissions to be around the team, so he was not welcome to report last month, per the New York Daily News.
Baker was a first-round pick in the 2019 NFL Draft after he won the Thorpe Award as collegiate football’s best defensive back during the 2018 season.
Baker ended his Georgia career a game early, opting to skip the Bulldogs’ Sugar Bowl game against Texas.
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