The fallout from a December shooting incident has resulted in more charges for a former Florida State offensive lineman. Ira Denson, who was dismissed by the university last month, was originally charged for petty theft and illegal use of a credit card belonging to teammate running back Mario Pender. Now, according to a report by WCTV, “Denson is now accused of being an accessory after the fact.”
As previously reported, Pender took a pair of sneakers belonging to Denson as collateral until being paid back for the money allegedly improperly used on the debit card. As the two attempted to make an exchange, things reportedly turned ugly.
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Denson agreed to meet Pender somewhere to exchange money and the shoes. Denson was accompanied by Tarron Addison, who is now in a county jail facing an attempted murder charge. As reported, Pender sent his half-brother outside an apartment to return the shoes. Once the shoes were placed in the trunk of the car Denson was sitting in, the car started to drive away and Pender claims Addison pointed a gun out from the driver’s side window and fired a few times in the direction of Pender and his half-brother, who had been shot through the left ear.
The latest report states Denson texted with Addison about the gun used in the shooting before the shooting took place. He then gave Addison a ride home after the incident.
Denson’s previous charge for using the debit card is a third-degree felony.
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