Man gets probation in ‘Pacman’ Jones case in Vegas



LAS VEGAS (AP) — The final co-defendant has been sentenced in Las Vegas to probation, community service and anger management counseling in a February 2007 strip club fracas and shooting that involved NFL football player Adam “Pacman” Jones.

Robert “Big Rob” Reid’s lawyer says the 31-year-old bodyguard from Compton, Calif., was sentenced last week in Clark County District Court after pleading no contest in December 2007 to misdemeanor conspiracy to commit disorderly conduct.

The Las Vegas Review-Journal first reported Reid’s sentencing ( ).

Authorities allege that Jones instigated the Minxx club shooting. He’s now 27 and plays for the Cincinnati Bengals, and is serving one year of probation.

The shooter, 32-year-old Arvin Kenti Edwards, of Renton, Wash., is serving four to 10 years in prison for attempted murder with use of a deadly weapon.