Published: Thu, July 12, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Dora Pope

Airport employee arrested after Adam Pacman Jones altercation

Airport employee arrested after Adam Pacman Jones altercation

National Football League cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones was attacked while he was walking through an Atlanta airport Tuesday night, police said. Police said Ragin was the instigator and Pacman was defending himself.

Jones can be seen calling Ragin out following the gesture, but it's Ragin who makes the first move.

"Mr. Ragin eventually struck Mr. Jones with a closed fist", police told TMZ.com.

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Cops arrested Ragin on 2 counts of battery - but could NOT immediately take him to the police station to be booked, because he needed to be treated for his injuries. Jones, 34, promptly removed his backpack and gave Ragin the business.

Not only was Jones not arrested, but in the video, he also got the last punch in, knocking Ragin to the ground before the fight was broken up. After Jones and his entourage left the club, one of Jones' friends returned and opened fire, injuring three people, including club manager Tommy Urbanski, who was paralyzed from the waist down in the attack. In February 2006, Jones was arrested in Fayetteville, Georgia after an incident outside a home. However, Jones was not in the wrong this time, as police determined that the airport employee was the instigator of the fight.

Most recently, Jones pleaded guilty to obstructing police following a January 2017 altercation in downtown Cincinnati.

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