A day after turning himself into Miramar police Saturday, Seattle Seahawks cornerback Quinton Dunbar will be released from jail Sunday.
Mr. Dunbar is being released today.— Michael Grieco (@Mike_Grieco) May 17, 2020
Dunbar turned himself into police Saturday following allegations of his involvement in an armed robbery with Giants cornerback DeAndre Baker.
The terms of his release were revealed Sunday morning.
A $100,000 bond was set for Seahawks cornerback Quinton Dunbar this morning --- $25,000 on each count. Will also not be allowed to travel out of state for now, though court was told that for now there would be no need. State had asked for no bond. So, Dunbar will be released.— Bob Condotta (@bcondotta) May 17, 2020
Other terms of Dunbar's release include:
Seahawks CB Quinton Dunbar will be released with a 100K bond (25K on each armed robbery count), no access to firearms and reporting to pretrial via phone. Firearms surrended to local police. State asked for no bond.— Cameron Wolfe (@CameronWolfe) May 17, 2020
On Thursday evening, Miramar Police in South Florida issued an arrest warrant for Seahawks corner Quinton Dunbar on four counts of armed robbery.
Dunbar, along with Giants corner DeAndre Baker and one other unnamed person, allegedly stole upwards of $50,000 in cash, jewelry and other valuables from attendees at a party. Baker was said to have a semi-automatic firearm during the robbery, and there were inconsistent witness reports as to whether or not Dunbar was armed.
Greico spoke publicly on Friday refuting the details of the warrant. According to Greico, he's acquired five signed sworn affidavits from witnesses that indicate Dunbar was not involved in the robbery. It sounds like Dunbar was still in attendance but that he didn't take part with Baker and potentially others.
“All of the affidavits indicate my client is innocent,” Greico told the Miami Herald.
This story is updating.