The three men who tried to rob Steelers OL Mike Adams were in court today and were ordered to stand trial.
Adams was in the courtroom today, but was far away from cameras and reporters and didn’t comment on the case.
The Steelers draft pick of 2012 was stabbed in the robbery around 3 a.m. at 17th and East Carson street on June 1st after the linemen didn’t give up his truck to the robbers.
26-year-old Jerrell Whitlock, 25-year-old Michael Paranay, and 26-year-old Dquay Means, face a number of charges in the case.
The three face attempted homicide, conspiracy and other crimes.
Adams said during a preliminary hearing today that parts of the police report were not correct, and that Means had a gun but did not point it at his face.
Defense attorneys for the suspects stated that they will present a different version of events when the case goes to trial.
All three attorneys tried unsuccessfully to have the attempted homicide charges against their clients dropped.
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