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The home of former Chargers star Junior Seau was burglarized last week, just days after he was found dead, the North County Times reported Tuesday.
Seau, who played in the NFL for 20 seasons, was found dead by his girlfriend inside their home in Oceanside, near San Diego, on May 2, with a gunshot wound to his chest. His death was ruled a suicide.
Police said Tuesday that burglars broke into the garage of the house at around 2 p.m. on May 7, after forcing their way in through a doggy door.
They stole a $500 bicycle that belonged to one of Seau's friends and rummaged through cabinets in the garage.
Police do not believe that anything else was taken and the burglars did not break into the main part of the house.
The Chargers and their fans honored Seau last Friday by officially retiring his uniform number, 55. Team president Dean Spanos made the announcement toward the end of the "celebration of life" ceremony at Qualcomm Stadium.
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The home belonging to former NFL linebacker Junior Seau, who was found dead May 2nd due to an apparent suicide, was burglarized May 7th, just days after his death. Here are details via NCTimes.com: The burglary happened at about 2 p.m. May 7 at Seau’s home at 604 S. The Strand, Oceanside police Lt. Leonard Mata [...]
A San Diego restaurant opened by Junior Seau in 1996 has closed its doors two weeks after the NFL star's suicide.
Trustees of Seau's estate say they made the decision to close Seau's The Restaurant in Mission Valley on Wednesday.
Trustee Bette Hoffman says in a statement that the decision to close the restaurant was made to honor Seau's legacy. She also says trustees...
I can't tell if the cop on the right is on his phone or crying. Junior Seau hasn't been dead very long after committing suicide by shooting himself in the chest, but that hasn't stopped people from trying to rob him. Five days after his death a thief apparently went through the garage doggy door to gain access to the house and stole a $500 bike. God didn't strike...
Fairly awful and dispicable news to report this morning dealing with recently deceased NFL star Junior Seau. Seau’s house in Oceanside, Calif., was reportedly burglarized last week, five days after Seau committed suicide inside the house.
According to a North County Times report, someone entered the home’s garage by force in mid-afternoon on May 7, police said. The person went...
Former NFL star Junior Seau committed suicide -- earlier this month -- sent shockwaves across the league and the NFL fans, but it's being reported that someone -- a dumb lowlife -- broke into Seau's garage and stole from his grieving family.The North County Times is reporting that the robber climbed through a doggy door and took a beach-cruiser bike worth $500, on the...
Trustees for Junior Seau's estate announced Wednesday that the
former Chargers linebacker's restaurant in San Diego has been
shuttered, the San Diego Union-Tribune reported.
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Is tragedy a larger issue for past NFL players than we ever dreamed was possible? The death of Junior Seau has uncovered a dark side of the retirement world post-professional football that would have Obi Wan shuddering. The sports world is abuzz with questions about how the league will handle what has surfaced and how much they've known all along and never...
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Their guest this week is Chris Burke, author of the Audibles blog on SI.COM. Burke joins the guys to chat about the death of Junior Seau, undrafted free-agents, and keeping an audience during the offseason. Burke: