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CoachJim
04-15-2006, 06:24 PM
Taking a page out of the Cowboy playbook ...

Titans | Police and courts: Drug bust in Tennessee
Sat, 15 Apr 2006 08:35:41 -0700

Jim Wyatt and Christian Bottorff, of the Tennessean report nine people were arrested on suspicion of having roles in two major drug rings that trafficked cocaine and marijuana in Sumner and Davidson counties in Tennessee. One man, from Nashville, has possible ties to Tennessee Titans CB Adam Jones, authorities said Friday, April 14. Officers seized 1,653 pounds of marijuana, 128 pounds of cocaine, more than 20 vehicles and $608,000, police said. Many of the questions at a news conference surrounded the possible connection to Jones. Davidson County District Attorney Torry Johnson said that Jones is an acquaintance of suspect Darryl Jerome Moore, an aspiring rap singer who was released early last year from federal prison in California. Jones' nickname was embroidered as "Pac Man" on the black leather seats of a 2004 Cadillac XLR, a pricey sports car that authorities confiscated from Moore's apartment. Jones' Nashville attorney, Roger May, said yesterday that the car does not belong to his client, and he said he does not know if Jones ever owned or drove the car. Jones' sports agent, Michael Huyghue, said yesterday that he had advised his client not to comment.

Headlights of a Carr
04-15-2006, 06:28 PM
Taking a page out of the Cowboy playbook ...

Titans | Police and courts: Drug bust in Tennessee
Sat, 15 Apr 2006 08:35:41 -0700

Jim Wyatt and Christian Bottorff, of the Tennessean report nine people were arrested on suspicion of having roles in two major drug rings that trafficked cocaine and marijuana in Sumner and Davidson counties in Tennessee. One man, from Nashville, has possible ties to Tennessee Titans CB Adam Jones, authorities said Friday, April 14. Officers seized 1,653 pounds of marijuana, 128 pounds of cocaine, more than 20 vehicles and $608,000, police said. Many of the questions at a news conference surrounded the possible connection to Jones. Davidson County District Attorney Torry Johnson said that Jones is an acquaintance of suspect Darryl Jerome Moore, an aspiring rap singer who was released early last year from federal prison in California. Jones' nickname was embroidered as "Pac Man" on the black leather seats of a 2004 Cadillac XLR, a pricey sports car that authorities confiscated from Moore's apartment. Jones' Nashville attorney, Roger May, said yesterday that the car does not belong to his client, and he said he does not know if Jones ever owned or drove the car. Jones' sports agent, Michael Huyghue, said yesterday that he had advised his client not to comment.

Innocent until proven guilty but I thought he was trouble when he showed up on draft day dressed like Lil Jon.:)

StarStruck
04-16-2006, 01:09 AM
I guess I need help to understand why anyone who is already in the top 5 percent income legally would jeopardize that career to make more money in a profession which ultimately leads to arrest, jail and possible prison time for starters. They certainly have enough examples to show the activity isn't worth the price, e.g., Bam Morris.

mexican_texan
04-16-2006, 04:05 PM
I guess I need help to understand why anyone who is already in the top 5 percent income legally would jeopardize that career to make more money in a profession which ultimately leads to arrest, jail and possible prison time for starters. They certainly have enough examples to show the activity isn't worth the price, e.g., Bam Morris.
I think Pac Man was a customer.

Trap_Star
04-16-2006, 05:23 PM
Taking a page out of the Cowboy playbook ...

Titans | Police and courts: Drug bust in Tennessee
Sat, 15 Apr 2006 08:35:41 -0700

Jim Wyatt and Christian Bottorff, of the Tennessean report nine people were arrested on suspicion of having roles in two major drug rings that trafficked cocaine and marijuana in Sumner and Davidson counties in Tennessee. One man, from Nashville, has possible ties to Tennessee Titans CB Adam Jones, authorities said Friday, April 14. Officers seized 1,653 pounds of marijuana, 128 pounds of cocaine, more than 20 vehicles and $608,000, police said. Many of the questions at a news conference surrounded the possible connection to Jones. Davidson County District Attorney Torry Johnson said that Jones is an acquaintance of suspect Darryl Jerome Moore, an aspiring rap singer who was released early last year from federal prison in California. Jones' nickname was embroidered as "Pac Man" on the black leather seats of a 2004 Cadillac XLR, a pricey sports car that authorities confiscated from Moore's apartment. Jones' Nashville attorney, Roger May, said yesterday that the car does not belong to his client, and he said he does not know if Jones ever owned or drove the car. Jones' sports agent, Michael Huyghue, said yesterday that he had advised his client not to comment.

"Its hot as hell, but it snows down here....."- Pac-Man :whistle:

Texas_Thrill
04-20-2006, 12:47 PM
Very possible Pac-Man thought he could get a good return on an Investment.

Depending on where bought it from and where he was shipping it too or area he was selling it in. A decent spread doubles his investment. Who needs an Financial Advisor if you got a homeboy who can take all the risk for you?

Plus the guy was an aspiring rapper. He needed some street cred. lol Now he goes to jail gets poked by bubba and he has all that.