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kickdrum
07-14-2005, 04:46 PM
The Tennessee Titans' nightmarish offseason sunk to a new low Wednesday. (Aww...the poor little rich nigger got busted.)

First-round pick Adam Pacman Jones turned himself in to police around 9:30 a.m. at Baptist Sports Park after a warrant was issued for his arrest on two misdemeanor assault charges and a felony vandalism charge.
He was taken to Metro night court where he was booked and released on $7,000 bond. Jones left with Titans director of security Steve Berk without speaking to reporters. Jones has retained attorney Roger May to represent him in the matter, and he is scheduled for an Aug. 11 court date.
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Lots more here...http://www.nashvillecity

paper.com/index.cf...s&news_id=42851 (http://www.nashvillecitypaper.com/index.cfm?section=7&screen=news&news_id=42851)

Rasp
01-11-2007, 03:12 PM
TN Titans nigger arrested for being a nigger (http://www.newschannel5.com/Global/story.asp?S=5927420)

Pacman Jones Appears In Court

Titans Football Player Pacman Jones worked out most of his issues in Rutherford County Thursday.

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Pacman had to walk through a crowd of photographers to get to the courtroom.

In August, Murfreesboro Police arrested Pacman and charged him with public intoxication and disorderly conduct outside the Sweet Water Saloon.

In court, the judge gave Pacman six months of supervised probation.

Pacman is supposed to take anger management classes under the NFL, and the judge said if he did that and stayed out of trouble for six months, then Pacman wouldn't have a record in Rutherford County.

The bond Pacman posted to get out of jail in August was more than the fine and court costs for a class c misdemeanor, so he essentially got a refund during his appearance.

3 Ks
03-01-2007, 09:10 AM
http://www.wsmv.com/news/11143528/detail.html

'Pacman' Faces Obstruction Charges From Ga. Incident
March 1, 2007

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Punk Nigger

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Tennessee cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones is scheduled to appear in court in Georgia later this month on obstruction charges from an incident with police last year, a newspaper reported Wednesday night.

Jones, who has been staying with fambly and friends near his hometown of Apelanta, was recently accused of being involved in a fight at a Las Vegas strip club that ended in the shootings of two bouncers and a customer. Police have not named any suspects in the case and no one has been charged.

Now Jones is scheduled to appear in Superior Court in Fayetteville, Ga., on subpoenas for felony and misdemeanor obstruction of justice charges for an incident outside a home in February 2006, The Tennessean reported on its Web site Wednesday night. Jones owns a home in Fayetteville.

"One of our officers was involved in a traffic stop with him, and after Pacman and others ran into a home, there was a physical altercation between him and the officer and he was involved in that. He was arrested for that," Police Chief Steve Heaton told the newspaper.

It was not immediately known why the charges were not filed earlier.

The Tennessean also reported that Jones was arrested and charged with marijuana possession in the same county a month later, but the charges were laterdismissed.

There are twelve news videos at this Nashville news site concerning this nigger. Not one having to do with sports.:lol:

-88-
04-10-2007, 12:39 PM
Pacman suspended for season (http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2007/football/nfl/04/10/suspensions/index.html?cnn=yes)

Roger Goodell cracked down Tuesday on the player misconduct that's plagued his first seven months as NFL commissioner, suspending Tennessee's Adam "Pacman" Jones for the 2007 season and Cincinnati's Chris Henry for eight games.

"It is a privilege to represent the NFL, not a right," Goodell said in a statement announcing the suspensions. "These players and all members of our league have to make the right choices and decisions in their conduct on a consistent basis."

Jones' off-field conduct has included 10 incidents where he was interviewed by police. The most recent took place during the NBA All-Star weekend in Las Vegas. Police there recommended felony and misdemeanor charges against Jones after a fight and shooting at a strip club paralyzed one man.

Henry was arrested four times in a 14-month span, resulting in two benchings by coach Marvin Lewis and a two-game league suspension. He was one of nine Bengals arrested in nine months.

Goodell handed down the suspensions under the NFL's existing conduct policy and also announced a new broader policy that will allow longer fines and suspensions for players and potential penalties against teams.

The Titans and Bengals said they supported the suspensions.

"While we regret the circumstances that called for it, it's good for both Chris and the Bengals to have the matter resolved," Lewis said. "Our team will move forward, and now it is up to Chris to acquire a more mature understanding of his responsibilities as a player for the Bengals and a representative of the NFL."

Jones' attorney, Manny Arora, was in a meeting and did not immediately return a message left by the Associated Press.

Goodell, who replaced the retired Paul Tagliabue last September, has spent much of his first season answering questions about the arrests of players, including nine Bengals. Last December, he called Mike Brown, president of the Cincinnati team, and asked if he could do anything to help.

Goodell and Gene Upshaw, executive director of the NFL Players Association, met with a group of players in February and again last week and agreed the league needed a stronger disciplinary policy.

"It is important that the NFL be represented consistently by outstanding people as well as great football players, coaches and staff," Goodell said in announcing the new policy, which has the strong support of Upshaw and the union.

Players agreed.

"You would think it's necessary just because of the negative publicity the NFL is beginning to receive because of what's happening," said Henry's teammate, T.J. Houshmandzadeh, one of the players at the February meeting. "It was going on for an extended period of time. Each day, each week, something was happening."

Jones, the sixth overall pick in the 2005 draft, starred on the field but had nothing but trouble off it during two seasons with the Titans. He had four touchdowns last season, three on punt returns and one from one of four interceptions.

He could be reinstated before season's end if he adheres to conditions set by the NFL that include no further involvement with law enforcement; counseling, education and treatment under league and court-ordered programs; follows restrictions on his activities agreed to with the Titans; and a community-service program submitted to the league for review and approval.

"We appreciate the Commissioner's thoughtful decision today and the discipline plan imposed on Adam Jones," Titans owner Bud Adams said. "We respect this decision and are confident this is in the best interest of the league and the team. We are hopeful that it will achieve the goals of disciplining the player and eventually enabling him to return to the field of play. Our goals for Jones are consistent with the league's in that regard."

vorlos
04-10-2007, 03:43 PM
http://www.11alive.com/sports/article_sports.aspx?storyid=95182

Provided By: The Associated Press
Last Modified: 4/10/2007 1:45:02 PM


NEW YORK (AP) -- Adam "Pacman" Jones of Tennessee was suspended Tuesday for the 2007 NFL season and Chris Henry of Cincinnati received an eight-game suspension -- both for numerous violations of the NFL's personal conduct policy.

Jones' off-field conduct has included 10 incidents where he was interviewed by police.

The most recent took place in Las Vegas during the NBA All-Star weekend.

Las Vegas police have recommended felony and misdemeanor charges against Jones after a fight and shooting at a strip club that paralyzed one man.

Henry was arrested four times in a 14-month span, resulting in two benchings by coach Marvin Lewis and a two-game league suspension. He was one of nine Bengals arrested in nine months.

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Cali4yaokie
04-10-2007, 03:56 PM
Damn niggers, who would have known. :D

I heard this on the news but didn't catch what the reasons were. Just that the head or whoever is taking charge of what is expected of players. Wondering if this new headmaster or whatever is white? :tongue:

Cali4yaokie
04-10-2007, 04:05 PM
Haha, he is a White Man.....
http://www.nfl.com/news/story/9591854



Pacman suspended season, Henry 8 games
New commish Goodell comes down hard on Titan, Bengal for off-field issues
The Associated Press
Updated: 4:50 p.m. CT April 10, 2007

NEW YORK - Roger Goodell cracked down Tuesday on the player misconduct that’s plagued his first seven months as NFL commissioner, suspending Tennessee’s Adam “Pacman”¯¯”¯¯ Jones for the 2007 season and Cincinnati’s Chris Henry for eight games.

“It is a privilege to represent the NFL, not a right,”¯¯”¯¯ Goodell said in a statement announcing the suspensions. “These players and all members of our league have to make the right choices and decisions in their conduct on a consistent basis.”¯¯”¯¯

Jones’ off-field conduct has included 10 instances in which he was interviewed by police. The most recent took place during the NBA All-Star weekend in Las Vegas. Police there recommended felony and misdemeanor charges against Jones after a fight and shooting at a strip club paralyzed one man.

His suspension could be longer or shorter depending on developments in that case, an official with knowledge of the details of the suspension said. He requested anonymity because the Las Vegas case is still pending.

The NFL suspension could be as short as 10 games, if Jones meets the conditions set by the NFL and is cleared in a pending case in Georgia, as well as the Las Vegas case, in which he has yet to be charged.

Henry was arrested four times in a 14-month span, resulting in two benchings by coach Marvin Lewis and a two-game league suspension. He was one of nine Bengals arrested in nine months.

Goodell handed down the suspensions under the NFL’s existing conduct policy and also announced a new broader policy that will allow longer fines and suspensions for players and potential penalties against teams.

The Titans and Bengals said they supported the suspensions.

“While we regret the circumstances that called for it, it’s good for both Chris and the Bengals to have the matter resolved,”¯¯”¯¯ Lewis said. “Our team will move forward, and now it is up to Chris to acquire a more mature understanding of his responsibilities as a player for the Bengals and a representative of the NFL.”¯¯”¯¯

Jones’ attorney, Manny Arora, was in a meeting and did not immediately return a message left by the Associated Press.

Reached at her Georgia home, Jones’ mother, Deborah Jones, said: “I just pray that this can be changed. This is not fair for him. It’s just not fair.”¯¯”¯¯

Goodell, who replaced the retired Paul Tagliabue last September, has spent much of his first season answering questions about the arrests of players, including nine Bengals. Last December, he called Mike Brown, president of the Cincinnati team, and asked if he could do anything to help.

Goodell and Gene Upshaw, executive director of the NFL Players Association, met with a group of players in February and again last week and agreed the league needed a stronger disciplinary policy.

“It is important that the NFL be represented consistently by outstanding people as well as great football players, coaches and staff,”¯¯”¯¯ Goodell said in announcing the new policy, which has the strong support of Upshaw and the union.

Players agreed.

“You would think it’s necessary just because of the negative publicity the NFL is beginning to receive because of what’s happening,”¯¯”¯¯ said Henry’s teammate, T.J. Houshmandzadeh, one of the players at the February meeting. “It was going on for an extended period of time. Each day, each week, something was happening.”¯¯”¯¯

Jones, the sixth overall pick in the 2005 draft, starred on the field but had nothing but trouble off it during two seasons with the Titans. He had four touchdowns last season, three on punt returns and one from one of four interceptions.

He could be reinstated before season’s end if he adheres to conditions set by the NFL that include no further involvement with law enforcement; counseling, education and treatment under league and court-ordered programs; follows restrictions on his activities agreed to with the Titans; and a community-service program submitted to the league for review and approval.

“We appreciate the Commissioner’s thoughtful decision today and the discipline plan imposed on Adam Jones,”¯¯”¯¯ Titans owner Bud Adams said. “We respect this decision and are confident this is in the best interest of the league and the team. We are hopeful that it will achieve the goals of disciplining the player and eventually enabling him to return to the field of play. Our goals for Jones are consistent with the league’s in that regard.”¯¯”¯¯



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Rasp
06-20-2007, 06:15 PM
Titans' "Pacman" facing felony charges (http://origin.denverpost.com/ci_6187121)

Titans' "Pacman" facing felony charges

Las Vegas - Suspended NFL player Adam "Pacman" Jones will face two felony charges in a strip-club melee that preceded a triple shooting in February, Las Vegas police and the Clark County district attorney's office said today.

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Two other people previously identified by police as friends of the troubled Tennessee cornerback also will face felony charges in the fracas inside the Minxx club, police said in a statement.

Since Jones was drafted by the Titans in April 2005, police have interviewed him in 10 incidents. He has been arrested five times, although he hasn't been convicted of any crimes.

Jones was being sought by police for questioning about a shooting early Monday involving members of his entourage after a fight at an Atlanta strip club.

Arrest warrants were issued in the Feb. 19 shootings in Las Vegas for Jones; Robert Reid of Carson, Calif.; and Sadia Morrison of New York, police Capt. James Dillon said.

The 23-year-old Jones, of Franklin, Tenn., faces two counts of felony coercion stemming from allegations that he threatened to kill club employees and bit a bar bouncer on the ankle, according to a criminal complaint filed in Clark County District Court.

Reid, 37, faces one felony coercion charge alleging that he attacked a bouncer who tried to restrain Jones.

The 24-year-old Morrison faces charges including felony assault with a deadly weapon and battery stemming from allegations that she hit the bouncer in the head with a bottle and attacked several other club employees with a chair.

The charges are slightly different from those police sought in March against Jones, Reid and Morrison. Clark County District Attorney David Roger declined to file those charges, asking police for more information and to identify a shooter.

"The investigation continued, and additional evidence was gathered. That's why it's different," Dillon said. "These are complicated acts and charges. We've worked closely with the district attorney."

A Las Vegas lawyer representing the three was expected to contact police to arrange their surrender, an aide to DA Roger said.

The lawyer, Robert Langford, did not immediately respond to messages seeking comment.

Police said the fracas broke out inside Minxx, several blocks off the Las Vegas Strip, when dancers on stage were showered with thousands of dollar bills near the end of NBA All-Star weekend.

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See also: Hundreds Arrested During NBA All-Star Weekend (http://www.newnation.co/

forums/showthread.php?t=97963)

-88-
06-23-2007, 01:30 AM
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Pacman Jones Surrenders To Police (http://www.fox5vegas.com/news/13537473/detail.html?qs=1;bp=t)

LAS VEGAS, Nev. -- Adam "Pacman" Jones, the embattled NFL player wanted in Las Vegas in connection with a strip club melee, somehow sneaked past a crush of media and surrendered to police just before 2 a.m. Friday.

Jones, who is charged with two counts of felony coercion, was booked into the Clark County Detention Center and went free after posting a $20,000 bail, according to Las Vegas police. Jones' mug shot reveals that he has shedded his dreadlocks, causing some to wonder if his new clean-cut look is intended to rehabilitate his public image, enable him to slip past the media, or both.

The charges against Jones and two of his associates stem from a Feb. 19 incident at Minxx strip club, where a fight erupted followed by a triple shooting.

No one is named in the shooting that occurred outside the club, leaving a bar employee paralyzed and two others wounded. But police have fingered Jones as an inciter of the fracas inside, claiming he threatened to kill club employees and bit a bar bouncer on the ankle.

Jones’ status is also being watched closely by a Tennessee prosecutor, who has said that a previous criminal case against Jones will be revived if the Titans player is charged in connection with violence that erupted outside Minxx.

The dreadlocked player struck a deal with Tennessee prosecutors last January on misdemeanor charges of public intoxication and disorderly conduct. Under terms of the deal, Jones was given a chance to avoid jail and have the counts expunged from his record if he stayed out of trouble until July 5. District Attorney General William Whitesell said if he determines Jones has not stayed out of trouble then his office would file a motion asking that the case be reinstated to the court docket.

The Bobster
07-12-2007, 04:01 PM
http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2007/football/nfl/07/12/bc.fbn.pacman.charges.ap/index.html?eref=si_topstories

Attorney believes Pacman targeted
Lawyer contends no probable cause to stop Titans CB

Posted: Thursday July 12, 2007 1:52PM; Updated: Thursday July 12, 2007 6:32PM

FRANKLIN, Tenn. (AP) -- An attorney for suspended Titans cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones accused a sheriff's deputy of targeting Jones in a June traffic stop, saying there was no reason to pull over Jones' orange Lamborghini.

Attorney Worrick Robinson said he has been told the deputy had talked of his intention to pull over Jones when he had the chance.

"It was not because he was speeding. It was not because he was swerving or that he failed to obey any traffic signal or any other traffic laws," Robinson said of the traffic stop. "He pulled him over. He had heard that Mr. Jones did not have a valid driver's license."

News of the June 10 ticket issued in this Nashville suburb surfaced Tuesday.

Robinson said he got a copy Wednesday of the ticket, which cited Jones for a 30-day residency violation with a Georgia driver's license, no proof of insurance or registration. That citation included the notation that the deputy made the stop because another deputy told him the cornerback had no driver's license.

Jones, the first defensive player and the sixth player drafted overall in 2005, was suspended by the NFL in April for the 2007 season. He has been arrested six times since being drafted and currently faces two felony counts of coercion in Las Vegas and felony count of obstruction in Georgia.

He's due in court Aug. 10 on these most recent citations.

Jones declined to comment Thursday before playing in a charity golf tournament. The event was to raise money for former Nashville police Officer Danita Marsh, who was shot and paralyzed while responding to a domestic violence call last year.

Marsh said she became friends with Jones after he visited her in the hospital. "We've kind of kept in contact through the phone. He calls and says hi," Marsh said.

Nashville Police Chief Ronal Serpas, who attended the golf tournament, said Jones was welcome at the charity event, despite his arrest record. "We welcome anyone and everyone who wants to support Officer Marsh," Serpas said.

Chief Deputy Dusty Rhoades of the Williamson County Sheriff's Department said the deputy has declined to talk about the traffic stop and the department will not force him into a statement.

"His attorney is going to say anything to try to discredit the officer," Rhoades said. "We'll have to wait until Aug. 10."

The Tennessean newspaper first reported Robinson's accusation.

The attorney also wasn't happy that a local TV station got a copy of the citation.

"I just have a problem with an officer, whoever it is, faxing that to a media outlet," Robinson said. "No. 2, I think it's highly improper to have charged him with tag swiping."

Robinson said his copy of the June 10 citation also included a charge of tag swapping. But Rhoades insisted Thursday that Jones was cited for just three offenses: the residency violation and lacking proof of insurance and lacking proof of registration.

Robinson said the car had the proper tag issued in December 2006 and that Georgia remains Jones' primary residence, which is why he has a Georgia license. But Robinson added Jones might obtain a Tennessee license to show in court with his registration and insurance.

Montrose
10-20-2007, 10:15 AM
LAS VEGAS -- A strip club manager paralyzed in a triple shooting is suing the NFL, the Tennessee Titans and suspended football player Adam "Pacman" Jones, claiming they are responsible for his injuries.


Former professional wrestler Tommy Urbanski seeks unspecified damages in the lawsuit filed Friday in Clark County District Court. It also names the owners of Harlem Knights, a Houston strip club that rented the Minxx Gentleman's Club in Las Vegas in February for a party the weekend of the NBA All-Star Game.

"The fact that the NFL and the Titans did not punish Adam 'Pacman' Jones until after Tommy was paralyzed is a proximate cause of Tommy's injuries," Dushoff said before a news conference at a Henderson hotel with Urbanski and his wife, Kathleen.

Jones' attorney, Robert Langford, denied the troubled cornerback had any responsibility for the man's injuries, and called seeking damages from the player, the NFL and the Titans "a 'Hail Mary' pass."

"There's no basis in fact for suing the NFL and the Titans," Langford said.

Jones faces two felony charges alleging he incited a melee and threatened to kill people inside the club minutes before the shooting outside. No one has been charged in the shooting.

Jones was suspended for the 2007 season in April for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy.

"From my heart, I feel bad for this guy and his family," Langford told the Associated Press. "But Pacman Jones is not the shooter. No one has said that he is. There's not one bit of evidence to link him to Mr. Urbanski's injury."

Urbanski, a former professional wrestler, was shot four times and was left paralyzed from the waist down in the Feb. 19 shooting. He spent several months rehabilitating at a Denver hospital before moving in August to a hotel in Henderson because his house has not been outfitted to accommodate a wheelchair.

Urbanski told reporters he holds the NFL responsible for his injuries because he believed they ignored Jones' previous run-ins with police.

"Even, 'three strikes and you're out,' and this wouldn't have happened to me," Urbanski said at a news conference with his schoolteacher wife.

Jones was arrested six times after being drafted by the Titans with the sixth pick overall in April 2005. After his arrest in Las Vegas, he was suspended by the NFL but he could be reinstated after Nov. 19.

"We've done our homework on this. If Jones had been disciplined earlier, more likely than not, he would not have been invited as NFL player Pacman Jones to the club," Dushoff said.

Langford said that if Jones offered to help Urbanski, "someone would say he had something to do with his injury and we were admitting liability."


"So we're stuck in a situation where we express our sympathy and go to court," Jones' lawyer said.

The NFL and the Titans also said they would fight the lawsuit. Harlem Knights representatives in Houston did not immediately respond to messages seeking comment.

"We have great sympathy for Tommy and Kathy, but we strongly disagree with any claims against the NFL and the Titans and will respond appropriately to the court," NFL spokesman Greg Aiello said.

Employment law attorney Kathy England said Nevada law could limit Urbanski's attempts to link the case to the NFL and the Titans. State law protects employers from injury caused by an employee's intentional conduct if the employee is on his own time, she said.

Dushoff argues Jones was invited to the club as a representative of the NFL.

Police and prosecutors in Las Vegas allege that Jones sparked the melee inside the club when he threw cash on stage, an act dubbed "making it rain," and became enraged after two dancers began scuffling over the money.

Jones also faces two other civil lawsuits in the fracas, and is scheduled for a preliminary hearing Oct. 29 in Las Vegas on criminal coercion charges that could bring a maximum of 12 years in prison and a $10,000 fine.

Urbanski's lawsuit alleges assault, battery, emotional distress, conspiracy and negligence, and claims Urbanski's injuries were caused by the actions of Jones and unnamed others "within the scope of their employment" with the NFL and the Titans.

It says Harlem Knights invited Jones to the club and gave him VIP treatment "because Jones is a prominent NFL football player."

"The NFL and the Titans had the authority and the duty to discipline Jones for conduct on or off the field that was detrimental to the Titans and/or the NFL," according to the suit.

Two other people shot, Minxx club bouncer Aaron Cudworth and patron Natalie Jones, have sued the Titans cornerback. Cudworth also is suing people he identified as members of Pacman Jones' entourage, while Natalie Jones also names Harlem Nights in her lawsuit.


http://www.sportsline.com/nfl/story/10419319

The Bobster
11-15-2007, 02:42 PM
http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news?slug=ap-pacman-plea&prov=ap&type=lgns

Titans cornerback 'Pacman' Jones gets plea deal in Las Vegas strip club triple shooting

By KEN RITTER, Associated Press Writer
November 15, 2007

AP - Nov 13, 9:31 am EST

LAS VEGAS (AP) -- A judge accepted a plea deal Thursday reducing felony charges against suspended NFL player Adam "Pacman" Jones to a gross misdemeanor that will get him probation in return for his testimony about a strip club triple shooting.

The Tennessee Titans cornerback did not appear before Las Vegas Justice of the Peace Tony Abbatangelo, who accepted the written agreement and waived Jones' preliminary hearing on two felony coercion charges.

Abbatangelo scheduled Jones to plead no contest Dec. 5 in state court to one charge of conspiracy to commit disorderly conduct.

Jones will be sentenced later to one year of probation, Clark County prosecutor Victoria Villegas said after a brief hearing. Two charges of coercion, a felony carrying a possible sentence of one to six years in prison, will be dropped.

"The goal is to find the shooter," Villegas said.

Las Vegas police have not linked Jones to the Feb. 19 gunfire that left three people wounded outside the Minxx Gentlemen's Club at the end of NBA All-Star weekend in Las Vegas. No one has been charged in that case.

But police called the 24-year-old Jones "an inciter" of a melee that broke out after he showered dancers inside the strip club with dollar bills pulled from a black plastic trash bag -- a stunt known as "making it rain."

Witnesses told police that Jones and members of his entourage threatened people while they were being ejected, and that Jones spoke outside the club with a man who was suspected of opening fire minutes later.

Defense attorney Robert Langford declined to say if Jones knew the identity of the gunman. He cited the ongoing police investigation.

Las Vegas police Lt. George Castro declined to say what information police believe Jones can provide.

Under the Las Vegas plea deal, Jones will received a suspended one-year jail sentence. He also must attend an anger management program, complete 200 hours of community service within a year and submit to random drug testing.

Langford said the probation and community service requirements might be fulfilled near Jones' home in Tennessee. Jones already is subject to the NFL's drug testing program.

The three people who were wounded -- club employee Tommy Urbanski, co-worker and bouncer Aaron Cudworth and club patron Natalie Jones -- have each have filed civil lawsuits seeking damages from Jones.

The lawsuit by Urbanski, who was paralyzed from the waist down, also seeks damages from the NFL, the Titans and the owners of Harlem Knights, a Houston strip club that hosted events at the Minxx club.


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Urbanski's wife, Kathy, expressed anger this week about Jones' plea deal and said she wants the shooter identified and charged. She declined comment Thursday.

Two co-defendants in the case also are taking plea deals, said Langford, who represents all three.

Jones' bodyguard, Robert "Big Rob" Reid, 37, of Carson, Calif., is scheduled to plead no contest Dec. 5 to conspiracy to commit disorderly conduct and receive one year probation. Reid faced one felony coercion charge.

Sadia Morrison, 25, of New York, will plead no contest to a felony battery charge in return for dropping other felony charges. Morrison faced five charges, including coercion, felony assault with a deadly weapon and battery. She is expected to receive up to three years' probation, and her conviction would be reduced to a gross misdemeanor if she stays out of trouble, Langford said.

Jones' Atlanta-based attorney, Manny Arora, has said he believed Jones could beat the coercion charge, but a trial might hurt Jones' chances for reinstatement to the NFL. Arora did not immediately respond Thursday to messages seeking comment.

Jones has been arrested six times since the Titans drafted him in April 2005 from West Virginia, and has other criminal cases pending. A felony count of obstruction in Georgia from a February 2006 arrest has been postponed, and August 2006 public intoxication and disorderly charges in Tennessee were delayed pending the outcome of the Las Vegas case.

Commissioner Roger Goodell suspended Jones for the 2007 season for violating the league's personal conduct policy. The NFL Players Association is asking Goodell to reconsider.

Johnny99
01-15-2008, 02:45 PM
More Strip Club TNB From The Pacman (http://dnj.midsouthnews.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20080115/SPORTS/80115021) Atlanta woman seeks charges against Pacman
By PAUL KUHARSKY
Gannett Tennessee


An application has been filed with the Fulton County (Ga.) Magistrate Court asking a judge to consider issuing a warrant against Pacman Jones to answer for an alleged incident on Jan. 3.

Wanda S. Jackson filed the application on Jan 7, alleging that the suspended Titans cornerback sucker punched her at an Atlanta strip club.

An official in the Magistrate Court office said a judge would review the application on Feb. 8 and determine whether a warrant will be issued.

In a section of the application asking for as detailed description of the incident, Jackson wrote:

“I was at the listed location, an adult entertainment club, when Mr. Adam Jones became very angry, he came in the office of the management accusing them of stealing money from him, of falsely accusing his entourage of owing a tab and of stealing a bracelet that he dropped. I was sitting in the office and he lunged at me numerous times in an effort to do grave bodily harm. Veronica Jones, an owner, went into the hall to deal with a member of his entourage. I followed to gawk. He was in the hall, surprisingly reached over or around a security guard and sucker punched me in my left eye.”
Jones’ Atlanta attorney, Manny Arora, did not immediately return a phone message and an email seeking comment. Jones’ Nashville attorney, Worrick Robinson, was in court and also unavailable for immediate reaction.

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell suspended Jones for the 2007 season for an accumulation of off the field incidents and denied an appeal for an early return.

An NFL spokesman recently said Goodell would revisit the situation after the Pro Bowl, which will be played Feb. 10. The Titans have not made their intentions for Jones clear, saying only they had a lot to sort out.

LaKooneshia
01-15-2008, 08:46 PM
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I Din't Do Nuffin!

Rasp
02-14-2008, 03:03 PM
”¯’Pacman’ a ”¯’felon for life’ (http://www.fayettedailynews.com/article.php?id_news=691)

A little more than two years after being charged with biting a Fayetteville police officer in a scuffle outside his girlfriend’s home, Tennessee Titan Adam “Pacman"¯ Jones stood in a Fayette County courtroom and pled guilty to felony obstruction.

Flanked by two attorneys -- Manny Arora of Apelanta and civil attorney Worrick Robinson of Nashville -- Jones entered his guilty plea under Alford vs. North Carolina -- not admitting guilt but stating if the case went to trial there was a good chance of a conviction.

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Superior Court Judge Paschal English accepted the plea, but refused to give Jones first offender status.

“I will not accept this under first offender status which means you will be a felon, a felon for life,"¯ English told the suspended NFL defensive back.

“I don’t know how the NFL will handle this, but I do hope you make it back to the football field one day. You have a lot to offer. But I will not treat you any differently from anyone else. "¯

English sentenced Jones to three years probation and fined him a total $575.

“A number of us in this courtroom today have watched you on the field and have been amazed at your physical ability,"¯ said English.

“And I have listened to the many, many admirable things about you today.

“I’m impressed with the benevolent work you have done with law enforcement agents in Tennessee. But I can’t understand how someone could act one way in supporting officers, then act the way the state was prepared to show you acted in Fayetteville that day.

“It’s inconsistent."¯

Fayette County District Attorney Scott Ballard told the court that Jones was arrested on Feb. 6, 2006, when Jones and another person were sitting in a car in front of his girlfriend’s house on Argonne Drive around 1 a.m.

“The officers told Jones and the other person to stay in the car, but they got out and walked into the house,"¯ said Ballard.

“A fight ensued and during the scuffle, Jones bit a Fayetteville Police office on the hand."¯

Robinson, Jones’ civil attorney for Nashville, painted a picture of the former Westlake football star to the court -- referring to him as “an impressive person, a good man who has a good heart."¯

“I’ve known him for over two years, and I’ve had the opportunity to be friends with him and work with him during many highs and lows in his life the past few years,"¯ said Robinson.

Robinson said Jones has been involved with many needy causes in Nashville the past two years, including working with police officers and speaking to inmates, working with the local boys and girls clubs, speaking to high school students in Tennessee and at Westlake, and setting up a foundation with the cancer society in the name of his late grandmother.

“And every time he gives a talk, he emphasizes the importance of making good choices in life,"¯ said Robinson.

Robinson told the court that Jones’ suspension from the NFL this year has “crippled him financially."¯

“He is taking care of 12 people in his family, including his two-year-old daughter,"¯ said Robinson.

“He is impressive as a father, and keeps her for weeks at a time by himself.

“But he’s had no income and if he doesn’t get an income soon, bankruptcy may be the only option. Some of his property is already in foreclosure."¯
Arora stated that Jones had tried to apologize to Fayetteville officers in the past, and would like to address those in the courtroom.

“I am sorry,"¯ said Jones, who turned to face several officers. “This was a misunderstanding, and will never happen again.

“I am sorry for my actions."¯

Jones had initially been charged with two additional misdemeanor obstruction charges in the incident for “snatching his arm away from the officer trying to arrest him, and not stopping when police told him to,"¯ said Ballard.

Jones’ probation will be transferred to Tennessee.

Rasp
10-08-2008, 11:30 PM
Police: Cowboys' Adam Jones involved in fight (http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/10/08/AR2008100804023.html)

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DALLAS -- Dallas Cowboys cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones was involved in a fight with one of his bodyguards, according to Dallas police, the night before attending a previously scheduled team meeting with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.

No one was arrested and no one will be charged in connection with the fight late Tuesday night at The Joule, an upscale downtown hotel.

Jones missed all of last season for Tennessee while serving an NFL suspension for off-field incidents. Goodell fully reinstated the cornerback, acquired by Dallas in a trade in April, just before the season opener.

"Someone from the business called police," Dallas police spokesman Cpl. Jerry Monreal told The Associated Press. "Police arrived and spoke to the parties after they had a verbal argument. Both parties agreed to leave, and they left."

The incident report lists no names, and Monreal said he did not know if Jones was involved in the fight, which was first reported by Dallas-Fort Worth TV station KTVT.

But the details of the incident and Jones' involvement were confirmed to The Dallas Morning News by Deputy Chief Vince Golbeck, who is a commander of the central patrol division, which responded to the call. Golbeck was not in the police station Wednesday night, and a dispatcher at the central patrol division declined to comment.


Before the latest incident, Jones has been arrested six times and involved in a dozen incidents requiring police intervention since Tennessee drafted him in the first round in 2005. That includes his connection to a shooting at a Las Vegas strip club.

Goodell suspended Jones in April 2007 after an accumulation of arrests and legal problems.

At the time of his reinstatement Aug. 28, Jones said: "I know my responsibilities to the NFL and I'm going to hold my own and do what I need to do to make sure I stay where I am right now, which is reinstated. I work hard every day to make sure I don't make the same mistakes. Can I say I would never ever make the same mistakes? No, I can't say that. I'll make sure I put myself in way better situations than I have put myself in the past."

White Sail
10-14-2008, 07:52 PM
http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=3643240

Pacman suspended at least 4 games for violating conduct policy
ESPN.com news services
Updated: October 14, 2008, 9:05 PM ET

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- The verdict is in: Pacman is out again.

Dallas Cowboys cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones has been suspended for at least four games for his most recent violation of the league's personal conduct policy, the NFL announced Tuesday.

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The league said Jones was involved in an alcohol-related incident at a Dallas hotel on Oct. 8. Previous reports indicated Jones was involved in an alcohol-related scuffle with a bodyguard assigned to him by the Cowboys, and that hotel employees called the police.

Jones will not be paid during the suspension. Commissioner Roger Goodell will determine the ultimate length of Jones' suspension after Dallas' Week 11 game against Washington on Nov. 16.

"He does need to address the kinds of things that seem to be with him at various times and one of those that he's dealt with for a really long time, he needs to address in a way that most of us might understand -- alcohol issues," Cowboys owner Jerry Jones told ESPN.com's Pat Yasinskas.

"I am disappointed for him and his opportunity and for the Cowboys and our opportunity and, frankly, for the NFL," Jones said. "I would like to have been standing here talking about his success and the curtain coming up for him and addressing his issues. That certainly would have been more positive."

In his letter to Jones informing him of his latest suspension, Goodell said Jones' "disturbing pattern of behavior was clearly inconsistent with the conditions I set for your continued participation in the NFL."

The disturbance at an upscale Dallas hotel came only six weeks after Goodell reinstated Jones from a 17-month suspension.

"It's terribly disappointing to me that we're dealing with this again and that he's reflecting so poorly on all of the players in this league, which they don't deserve," Goodell said at the NFL meeting in St. Petersburg, Fla.

Goodell said a lifetime ban remained a possibility.

"It's going to be up to Adam and what he does in the following weeks. Getting an evaluation and whatever treatment may be prescribed to him at that point of time," Goodell said. "Part of it is going to be whether he's willing to do some of the things that we are asking him to do."

The player's agent, Worrick Robinson, didn't return messages left by The Associated Press with his assistant and on his cell phone.

Goodell said the NFL, if asked, would help set up evaluations.

Asked if substance abuse was involved, Goodell responded, "I don't know. I'm not a doctor. I think that's one of the reasons we want him to get an evaluation."

League and law enforcement sources told ESPN senior NFL analyst Chris Mortensen that Goodell was expected to weigh whether Jones was in potential violation of his probation, in which he was prohibited from alcohol-related incidents.

When Goodell reinstated Jones from suspension before the regular season began, sources said one of the commissioner's conditions for Jones to remain an active player was that he remain in compliance with all aspects of his three-year probation from his no-contest plea last February to a felony in Fayette County, Ga.

"We respect and support the decision of the commissioner," Jerry Jones said in a statement earlier Tuesday. "I regret that this issue has brought negative attention to the Cowboys and the NFL. We move forward with a very clear knowledge as to what the process will be for a possible reinstatement. Adam is well aware of where he stands and what he has to do."

Police reported that Adam Jones might have been drinking when he was involved in the scuffle with a Cowboys-assigned bodyguard last week in Dallas, but Jerry Jones has refuted many of the allegations and speculation, saying the incident was nothing more than back-and-forth banter that got out of hand. A small glass item on the vanity in the hotel's restroom was damaged.

The player and his bodyguard, part of a security detail provided by the Cowboys to be with him at all times, said everything was OK. Police said both were driven from the hotel by an acquaintance, and the bodyguard did not want to press charges. No arrests were made.

Jones began his time in Dallas under close scrutiny by the league after he was suspended for the entire 2007 season for multiple violations of the conduct policy while he was a member of the Tennessee Titans. The Cowboys traded for Jones before his suspension was over and he was reinstated by Goodell on Aug. 28.

Goodell also said his decision on whether Jones can return to play will be based on Jones' strict compliance with the NFL and the Cowboys in relation to treatment plans and evaluations by clinical experts.

"I'd like to see him intensify his approach to getting better with his social conduct," Jerry Jones told ESPN.com. "I'd like to see that. If it were successful, I'd like to be a part of it. I'd like to have influenced it. I know the commissioner, considering his conduct policies in the NFL, it was a well-considered decision to let Adam back into the NFL."

The Cowboys' owner said he does not regret making the trade that brought Adam Jones to Dallas.

"I don't regret having been a part of helping him do better," Jones told ESPN.com. "I am sorry that we've had the negative publicity and that is the price that we pay for the team as well as the NFL."

Before getting traded to Dallas in April, the cornerback was arrested six times and involved in 12 instances requiring police intervention after Tennessee drafted him in the first round in 2005.

Tennessee got a fourth-round pick from the Cowboys in the April draft and was supposed to get a sixth-rounder next year for Jones. But because Jones has been suspended again, Dallas is instead expected to get the Titans' fifth-round pick next April.

Jones was an elite cornerback and kick returner in his first two seasons with the Titans, but the accumulation of arrests and legal problems, including his connection to a shooting at a Las Vegas strip club, led to his suspension without pay in April 2007.

More trouble followed, including felony charges related to the strip-club shooting that left a bouncer paralyzed. There was also a $20,000 debt repaid to a Las Vegas casino after a felony theft warrant was threatened.

Jones has started all six games for the Cowboys, partly because Pro Bowl cornerback Terence Newman> has been injured. Jones has 25 tackles and 11 pass deflections, and has averaged 5.0 yards on 16 punt returns.

Timeline of trouble

Since the Titans drafted cornerback Adam Jones in 2005 he's been questioned, named or arrested in connection with at least 12 off-field incidents. Here are some:

Ӣ Strip club incident
Where: Atlanta
When: April 2005
What: Jones' name appeared on the police incident report after a fight broke out in a strip club. The female involved said she had no plans to pursue the case and it was dismissed.

Ӣ Hotel incident
Where: Nashville
When: June 2005
What: Security officials at Regal Maxwell House Hotel had trouble getting two of Jones' friends to clear their room after checkout time. Police arrived, smelled marijuana and found some on a tabletop. Jones was in the room, but one of his friends took full responsibility for the evidence.

Ӣ Nightclub arrest
Where: Nashville
When: July 2005
What:Jones was arrested on two counts of misdemeanor assault and a felony count of vandalism after a fight at a Nashville nightclub. Charges were dismissed less than a year later.


Ӣ Vehicle confiscation
Where: Nashville
When: April 2006
What: Metro Police said a vehicle registered to Jones was involved in a drug trafficking ring. "Pac Man" was embroidered on the leather seats of a 2004 Cadillac XLR which was confiscated from a friend of Jones. Jones later bought the car back at an auction.
Ӣ Shots fired
Where: Nashville
When: April 2006
What: Jones was at the scene where gunshots were fired following an altercation at a Nashville gas station at 1:50 a.m. Police questioned Jones but labeled him only as a witness. The incident occurred just three days after the vehicle confiscation.

Ӣ Nightclub arrest
Where: Murfreesboro, Tenn. When: Aug. 2006
What: Jones was arrested and charged with public drunkenness and disorderly conduct, both misdemeanors, for an incident at Sweetwater Saloon. With six months of good behavior the charges will be dropped, a judge ruled last month.

Ӣ Spitting incident
Where: Nashville
When: October 2006
What: Jones was issued a citation for misdemeanor assault after being accused of spitting in the face of a Tennessee State student following a verbal exchange at a downtown nightclub. The charge was dismissed in general sessions court earlier this month.

Ӣ Triple shooting
Where: Las Vegas
When: February 2007
What: Jones took a plea deal to reduce felony charges to a gross misdemeanor. He got probation in return for his testimony about the triple shooting that left one man paralyzed.

Ӣ Hotel scuffle
Where: Dallas
When: October 2008
What: Jones was involved in an alcohol-related incident with a bodyguard assigned to him by the Cowboys, and hotel employees called police. No arrests were made, nor were there charges filed. But the NFL suspended Jones for at least four games because the incident was a violation of the league's personal conduct policy.

White Sail
07-10-2011, 11:20 AM
http://www.wlwt.com/r/28500583/detail.html

Cincinnati Bengal Arrested After Bar Incident
Police: Adam Jones Was 'Intoxicated'

Cincinnati Bengal Adam Jones was arrested early Sunday morning.

According to court documents, "Pacman" Jones was intoxicated and disruptive at Scene Ultra Lounge on Walnut Street in downtown Cincinnati. When Jones was asked to leave, he was "uncooperative and needed to be escorted outside," the court documents said.

Officers said Jones began to shout profanities and wave his arms around once he was outside the bar.

As officers tried to arrest Jones, police said he tried to get out of his handcuffs. The police complaint said two officers were needed to restrain him.

Jones is charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. He is scheduled to be arraigned Monday.

Jones, a cornerback and return specialist, was signed by the Bengals in May of 2010.

Bengals spokesman Jack Brennan said that the team does not comment on these types of matters until the situation is resolved in the legal system.

Stay with News 5 and WLWT.COM for the latest on this developing story.

voiceofreason
06-16-2012, 08:42 AM
http://www.nfl.com/news/story/09000d5d829dfae6/article/adam-pacman-jones-to-pay-over-11m-in-damages-from-shooting?module=HP11_headline_stack

Pacman Jones ordered to pay $11.7M in Vegas shooting

Published: June 15, 2012 at 08:13 p.m.
Updated: June 16, 2012 at 09:43 a.m

A Las Vegas court ordered Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones to pay $11.7 million in damages to three people for his alleged role in a 2007 strip-club shooting.

Jurors at the Clark County court voted 7 to 1 on the verdicts Friday.

Jones was ordered to pay former club manager Tommy Urbanski $9.617 million for intentional infliction of emotional distress, and $750,000 to Kathy Urbanski for loss of consortium. Tommy Urbanksi was paralyzed from the waist down in the shooting.

Jones must pay $1 million, along with $300,000 in punitive damages, to Aaron Cudworth, a bouncer who was shot in the chest and arm, for assault, battery, false imprisonment and intentional infliction of emotional distress.

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UPDATE: Jones' attorney, Lisa Rasmussen, told The Associated Press the cornerback would appeal the ruling.

"It's obviously a devastating amount for him financially," Rasmussen said of Jones, who will receive a $750,000 base salary for the 2012 season and could earn a $250,000 bonus. "He has really worked hard to make a comeback with his NFL career. He doesn't make enough money to pay that judgment."

But Urbanski told The AP he believes the verdict will serve as a warning to athletes that they cannot get away with "rampaging" behavior.

"They've got to clean up their acts," he said. "All of them."

The incident started after Jones threw cash at the stage, according to police. He was asked to leave the club after becoming angry when dancers started picking up dollar bills he threw in their direction. Arvin Kenti Edwards, the accused shooter, and Jones met prior to the shooting that wounded Urbanski and Cudworth, police say.

voiceofreason
06-11-2013, 07:48 AM
http://www.19actionnews.com/story/22550163/bengal-adam-jones-tweets-about-arrest

'Pacman' Jones arrested on assault charge
Updated: Jun 11, 2013 3:41 AM PST

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CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

Bengals cornerback Adam Jones said via Twitter on Monday that he was arrested for 'protecting' himself.:rolleyes:

"Just got arrested for protecting myself, I will not let this break me or change what I have work so hard for ....," Jones tweeted on Monday afternoon.

Adam 'Pacman' Jones was reportedly approached by two intoxicated women outside of FB's cocktail lounge downtown on June 5. The women wanted a picture with him, and when Jones refused, one of the women threw a beer bottle at him.

Jones then allegedly slapped one of them, who police have identified as Shannon Wesley, 34.

According to the police report, Wesley told officers Jones 'punched' her in the head, and then drove off in a black Mustang.

voiceofreason
01-03-2017, 05:22 AM
http://www.wcpo.com/news/crime/bengals-cornerback-adam-pacman-jones-charged-with-assault-disorderly-conduct

Bengals cornerback Adam 'Pacman' Jones charged with assault, disorderly conduct
6:39 AM, Jan 3, 2017

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CINCINNATI -- Adam “Pacman” Jones was booked into the Hamilton County Jail around 12:30 a.m. Tuesday on several charges including assault, disorderly conduct and obstructing official business.

The 33-year-old Bengals cornerback stands charged with assault for “pushing and poking (a man) in the eye,” according to court documents.

The documents also say Jones refused to enter the police cruiser by pulling away, kicking and head-butting an officer as he was being arrested.

While Jones was being processed into the Hamilton County Justice Center, documents say he spat on a nurse’s hand, resulting in the final count of harassment with a bodily substance. He is expected in court Tuesday at 9 a.m.

This arrest comes after a few years without legal trouble; at one point, Jones had one of the longest rap sheets in the league.