Pac Man reports to authorties in Las Vegas

By: Associated Press
By: Associated Press

'Pacman' Jones surrenders, released on Las Vegas charges

LAS VEGAS (AP) - Suspended N-F-L player Adam "Pacman" Jones
surrendered to authorities in Nevada this morning and was released
on bond.
His lawyers said he was freed on 20-thousand dollars bail and
flew out of Las Vegas to Nashville.
The former West Virginia star faces a pair of felony coercion
charges in a Las Vegas strip club melee that preceded a triple
shooting.
His attorneys say he will plead not guilty.
Jones, along with two other people, were charged in the shooting
at the Minxx strip club that took place during the N-B-A All-Star
Game weekend in February.
The coercion charges stem from allegations that he threatened to
kill Minxx club employees and that he bit a bar bouncer.
If convicted, Jones faces a maximum of 12 years in prison and a
ten-thousand-dollar fine.
He is due to return for a July 23rd initial appearance in Las
Vegas Justice Court.
A booking photograph released by police showed the troubled
Tennessee Titans cornerback had cut his hair short, shedding his
distinctive dreadlocks.


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