Quinton Dunbar and Deandre Baker released on bond, cannot leave Florida
Quinton Dunbar and Deandre Baker turned themselves in on Saturday after they were charged with multiple counts of armed robbery stemming from an alleged incident at a party Wednesday night, but the two cornerback are expected to be released from jail on.
ESPN’s Cameron Wolfe reported on Sunday that Dunbar’s bond has been set at $100,000, or $25,000 for each count of armed robbery. The 27-year-old is expected to post bond, and he will have to turn in his firearms to authorities and will not be allowed to leave the state of Florida.
Quinton Dunbar can travel within the state, but not outside the state at this time. No victim contact. More details coming in a story. But Quinton Dunbar will be released via bond.
— Cameron Wolfe (@CameronWolfe) May 17, 2020
Baker’s bond was set at $200,000. He was released under the same conditions as Dunbar.
Dunbar and Baker have been accused of robbing victims at a party in Florida of expensive watches and cash and making a getaway in luxury vehicles that were waiting outside the party. One witness said Dunbar and Baker lost roughly $70,000 at a party in Miami a few days earlier. Another witness said Baker and another man flipped over a table and brandished firearms and began to rob those in attendance of cash and watches at the party in Miramar on Wednesday night.
Attorneys for both Dunbar and Baker insist the men are innocent, and they claim to have testimony from multiple witnesses that proves it.