Tennessee Titans cornerback Adam “Pacman” Jones may be involved in a shooting early Monday at a DeKalb County strip club, Atlanta television station WSB-TV reported. Dekalb police said two groups of men got into an argument around 2:30 a.m. at Club Blaze, a Moreland Avenue strip club, WSB said. Three men say they left the club in an SUV and were approached by Jones and his entourage in another SUV.
When Jones’ vehicle pulled alongside the other vehicle near I-285, someone opened fire. No one was hit by bullets, but one person was scratched by flying plastic, WSB reported. Investigators want to question Jones, a College Park native, about the incident. As of today, no charges have been filed.
Last week, Jones, a star defensive back with the Tennessee Titans, accepted a one-year suspension from the NFL after a meeting with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell. “I understand my responsibilities to my teammates, the Titans and my fans and I am committed to turning my life around and being a positive member of the NFL,” Jones said in a statement at the time.
Jones was suspended after 10 encounters with police and five arrests since he was drafted in 2005. Still pending is the case in Las Vegas involving a fight and shooting at a strip club during the NBA All-Star weekend that left one person paralyzed.