A grand jury has declined to indict Baylor
guard LaceDarius Dunn, effectively ending the assault case against
Abel Reyna, the new McLennan County district attorney who
inherited the case, said additional evidence was presented to the
grand jury, which made its decision Thursday.
Dunn's attorney, Vik Deivanayagam (vick dee-vun-AYE'-gum), says
Dunn has been exonerated.
Dunn, Baylor's career leading scorer, missed the first three
games after he was arrested and accused of breaking his
girlfriend's jaw in September. The woman, LaCharlesla Edwards, the
mother of Dunn's young son, disputed police accounts and had asked
that charges be dropped.
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