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According to Vic Micolucci of News 4 in Jacksonville, Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew will not be charged with battery after he allegedly knocked out a security guard.
BREAKING- Prosecutors have declined to press charges against #Jaguars RB Maurice Jones-Drew following allegations of battery at restaurant
— Vic Micolucci (WJXT) (@vicmicolucci) June 25, 2013
The lawyer of the “victim” claimed that he had video tape evidence of Jones-Drew hitting his client. That was clearly a lie since no one ever saw the video.
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No charges will be brought against Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew following an incident at a bar and restaurant May 26 in St. Augustine in which the star player was accused of assaulting and injuring a security person.
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Earlier today we had a report that Maurice Jones-Drew would not be charged for assault after an incident earlier this month. Along with not having to worry about jail time it also looks like Jones-Drew won’t be hearing from the league office about any suspensions.
According to Ian Rapoport of NFL.com Jones-Drew’s clean history will help him out as well.
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Despite allegedly knocking a doorman onto Queer Street in St. Augustine, Florida, the State Attorney’s Office will not pursue assault charges against Jaguars star Maurice Jones-Drew. With Jones-Drew entering the final year of a $31 million deal, the fuzz concluded there was insufficient evidence to build a case against the three-time All-Pro. Now, rather than worrying about litigation...
Below is the surveillance video from the Conch House, where Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew allegedly knocked out a security guard.
As you can see from the video, there isn’t any evidence of Jones-Drew hitting a guard.
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The investigation into allegations that Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew decked a St. Augustine nightclub security guard has been halted.According to the Florida Times-Union, in a story by Kate Howard Perry and Vito Stellino, there will not be further action taken.On Tuesday, St. Johns County Assistant state attorney Christopher France filed an “announcement...
According to Ian Rapoport of NFL.com, Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew is not expected to be suspended after Florida state prosecutors announced Tuesday that charges would not be filed against him.Fantasy Spin:Jones-Drew was accused of assaulting a bouncer at a restaurant in Florida with a sucker punch back in May. With the legal troubles behind him, Jones-Drew can focus on...
Watch the surveillance video of the Maurice Jones-Drew "fight" at The Conch House from Memorial Day.
MJD is still red flagged on my fantasy draft list, but it is comforting to know he won’t be going to jail for knocking out a bouncer at a nightclub.
According to Vic Micolucci of WJXT4 in Jacksonville, prosecutors have decided to not file charges against Jones-Drew for an alleged incident at a St. Augustine, Fla., bar.
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Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew reportedly will not be charged with any crime in relation to a May 26 incident where he was accused of assaulting a bouncer.
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