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It was a bad night for ALL in the New England Patriots organization, as it's being reported that a Patriots player home was robbed while the team was getting killed Sunday night during the AFC championship game.According to the Denver Post, Patriots safety Derrick Martin Aurora, CO home was robbed and ransacked while at least one adult and multiple children were in the house. It's unknown if Martin was targeted or not and according to the Aurora Police Department, no one was harmed, but the robbers were armed.
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Two masked men robbed the suburban Denver home of New England Patriots defensive back Derrick Martin while he was playing in the AFC championship game.
Aurora police spokesman Frank Fania told The Denver Post that the robbers forced their way into Martin's home Sunday night when there was at least one adult and several children there. He says they took numerous items.
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While Patriots safety Derrick Martin was on the sideline watching his team get stomped by the Baltimore Ravens this past Sunday, two masked men invaded his Colorado home and made away with ”numerous items of value.”
The 27-year old Martin wasn’t active for Sunday’s game but was still present on the sidelines in Foxboro as several family members and friends, including children...
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