Rashaun Jones : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Career and Wiki Bio
Rashaun Jones is a former professional football player know all about him in this article as like his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children and Career
|Birthdate ( Age)||35 Years|
|Place of Birth||America|
|Marital Status||Not Married Yet|
|Parents||Name Not Known|
|Education||University of Miami|
|Net Worth||$1 million - $5 million|
|Last Update||August 2021|
Rashun is a former professional football player. He played for the Miami Hurricanes team. Lately, he has been in all the news headlines and is the center of media attention after being arrested in 2006 for the murder of Brian Pata.
Due to the lack of evidence, the case took so long and was dubbed one of Miami's infamous cases. Read the article to know the details about Rashun and his life.
Early Life and Family
Rashun's age is 35 years at present. Rashun was 20 years old when he shot his partner and Brian Pata was 22 years old. The shooting incident took place on 7 November 2006. Due to lack of information about his date of birth, his zodiac sign could not be ascertained.
Rashun attended high school in Columbia. After graduating high school, he went on to join the University of Miami. Rashun played football for Columbia High School.
Rashaun Jones Wife
Rashaun Jones is not married yet and there is no any information about his marrital and relationship status on social media.He has no any child yet and no any record about his past relation.
Rashaun Jones Net Worth
Rashun is a former professional footballer played for the Miami Hurricanes team who has an estimated net worth of Rashun Jones is between 1 million to 5 million US dollars.
He played professional football for the team Miami Hurricanes. Jones used to be considered as one of the top cornerback’s recruits in the United States and he was also ranked the number 46 prospects in Florida super prep. Rashaun and Bryan Pata were on the same team. They had some previous conflicts. On the 7th of November in the year 2006, Rashaun allegedly shot Pata on the back of his head.
After his arrest, his professional career was in ruins. However, he must have made quite a fortune in the years he played for Miami Hurricanes. Unfortunately, he will not be able to utilize all this since he has been put behind the bars.
Jones accused of murdering teammate Bryan Pata in 2006 said Friday that the case against Rashaun Jones is based on circumstantial evidence that police "sat on" for 15 years.Defense attorney Michael Mirer represented Jones at a bond hearing in Dade County, Florida, on Friday in which a judge denied his request, meaning the 35-year-old is expected to remain in jail on a first-degree murder charge until his arraignment hearing on Sept. 17. Mirer said Jones will plead not guilty. If convicted, Jones could receive a sentence of death or one of life without the possibility of parole.
"It's an unusual case," Mirer told ESPN. "I mean, the arrest warrant talks about evidence that police gathered back in 2007, sat on for 15 years, and re-interviewing the same eyewitness that they allegedly interviewed back in 2007 without any further evidence in the arrest warrant."
Jones was arrested in Ocala, Florida, on Aug. 19, and was taken to Miami's Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center on Thursday. The arrest warrant outlines the evidence against Jones, including interviews with people who said Jones was making threats, cellphone signal records that indicate he wasn't at his residence that night as he had told police and ballistics reports indicating the bullet found in Pata matched the caliber of a type of gun Jones had.