Former NFL cornerback Antonio Dennard, who played for the Jacksonville Jaguars, Green Bay Packers and New York Giants in a very brief career, was shot at a bar and restaurant in Muhlenberg Township in Berks County, Pennsylvania, recently. More than a week.
He was shot during the night and taken to hospital where he died. Now, some eight days later, police have a suspect.
Dennard’s death was initially ruled a homicide, but police had no further information. Following an investigation, the police have issued an arrest warrant for a suspect.
According to Jaciel Córdoba, a local news anchor from Pennsylvania, where the former NFL player was killed, the suspect’s name is José Daniel Pizzaro.
According to the New York Post and WFNZ, Berks County District Attorney John Adams said:
“Mr. Pizzaro has been charged with first degree murder, third degree murder, aggravated assault, related charges, including persons not possessing a firearm.”
The suspect is currently on probation for a previous robbery and is legally prohibited from carrying a weapon. The murder also violates the parole agreement.
The district attorney mentioned that they were able to find a latent fingerprint or handprint that matched Pizzaro on the victim’s car at the crime scene.
Pizzaro is not in custody at this time as police are still searching for him.
Antonio Dennard’s Brief NFL Career
Dennard spent time with the Jacksonville Jaguars, Green Bay Packers and New York Giants, though most of his NFL career was spent on practice teams.
He also briefly played for the Arizona Rattlers in the Arena Football League.
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