Deandre Baker, who is accused with Quinton Dunbar of robbing people at a barbecue this week, turned himself in to police according to multiple reports. 

Baker's lawyer confirmed the reports via a statement made on Instagram. He believes the matter will be appropriately resolved and asked the public to not rush to judgment on his client.

The Giants cornerback is facing charges of armed robbery and aggravated assault with a firearm. He is currently in the custody of the Miramar Fla. Police Department.

Former Redskins cornerback Dunbar is also facing four counts of armed robbery and aggravated assault for the alleged incident. As of this writing, there are no reports that Dunbar has turned himself over to the authorities. 

Both are accused of an armed robbery at a barbecue last week. The two NFL players allegedly held attendees at gunpoint and stole upwards of $12,800 in cash and luxury watches worth up to $50,000.

Dunbar's lawyer says that he has witness testimony that the now Seahawks CB is innocent. Prosecutors still want Dunbar in custody at this time, according to the Miami Herald. 

Earlier this offseason Dunbar was traded to Seattle from Washington. The 27-year-old spent his previous five seasons all with the Redskins.