Pacman Jones Settles Las Vegas Gambling Debt

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LAS VEGAS - The Las Vegas district attorney says suspended
NFL player Adam "Pacman" Jones has paid a $20,000 gambling debt
to a casino.
The DA says that Jones found a way to pay off his debts within
24 hours of a criminal complaint being filed, and that the case is
now closed.
Court documents filed Friday showed the DA was seeking a felony
arrest warrant for the 24-year-old Jones unless he made good on
three casino markers he received last Sept. 3 at Caesars Palace.
Jones paid a total of $21,675, including $1,675 for DA's office
processing fees and penalties.

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