Adam ‘Pacman’ Jones Involved In Fight At Airport

Carla Harmon
July 12, 2018

According to a report by The Associated Press, an employee of ABM cleaning company, identified as Frank Ragin, gestured toward Jones about 10 p.m. Tuesday, initiating a confrontation and argument near Gate B6.

National Football League veteran cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones was assaulted by an airport contract worker at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta Tuesday (July 10), resulting in the arrest of the worker, the Atlanta Journal Constitution reported. Police say a fight broke out and Ragin caused a laceration to Jones' face by striking him with a closed fist before also injuring the hand of a woman accompanying Jones.

The altercation was captured on video. Police determined Ragin was indeed the aggressor, and he was arrested on two counts of battery.

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Jones eventually landed a blow that took Ragin to the ground.

Jones' decade-plus long career has been plagued with controversy.

Cellphone video footage shows that Jones and Ragin traded several punches with each other. In February 2006, Jones was arrested in Fayetteville, Georgia after an incident outside a home. Jones and his companion refused medical treatment. Jones received a one year suspended prison sentence for his role in the altercation.

Jones has yet to be signed to a contract for the upcoming season, and it remains to be seen if his latest run in with trouble will deter teams from signing him. First to fight an National Football League player.

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