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Suspect Arrested in "Pacman" Shooting

By Aaron Robson     Apr 19, 2008 in Crime
A Washington man was arrested as of Friday for the shooting at a Las Vegas Strip Club which led to the suspension of the NFL cornerback, Adam "Pacman" Jones.
Las Vegas Police have announced that Arvin Kenti Edwards was arrested late Friday at the Yakima County Correctional Facility, where he had already been in custody for unrelated charges.
Edwards who is 29, faces three counts of attempted murder with weapon, and thre counts of battery causing substantial bodily harm. Edwards currently waits in jail for further actions.
The victim was club bouncer Tommy Urbanski, who was paralyzed from the waist down in the February shooting in 2007 at the Minxx strip club.
Las Vegas Police say that Jones had started a fight which led to the shooting. The 24 year old Tennessee Titans star pleaded no contest back in December to a disorderly conduct charge. He agreed to a year of probation, random drug testing, community service and anger management classes.
"Adam continues to cooperate with the Las Vegas police department," said Las Vegas-based lawyer Robert Langford. "He is happy that whatever assistance he provided was helpful in making the arrest of the shooter."
Jones lawyer has stated that despite Jones plea in the fight inside the club, there was no evidence linking Jones to the shooting outside.
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