Aqib Talib was right in the middle of a fight at the youth football game in Texas in which a coach was fatally shot, new video shows, with his brother Yaqub turning himself in after a warrant was issued for his arrest.
On Tuesday, WFAA TV in Dallas published a video that showed the moments before coach Mike Hickmon was killed and reported that witnesses identified Aqib Talib in the footage as wearing a hat and white sneakers at Lancaster Community Park in southeast Dallas County, where the incident took place.
Multiple witnesses said Talib was the one who started the brawl due to him being upset about referees, according to WFAA — which reported Talib, 36, and his brother Yaqub Salik Talib, 39, jointly coach a youth team for the North Dallas United Bobcats.
On Monday, Yaqub turned himself in after a murder warrant was issued for his arrest over Saturday’s fatal shooting.
Heath Mays, a coach on the opposing football team, told WFAA that Aqib “ran across the field and ran over on our sideline and got in the ref’s face.
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SOURCE: New York Post, Jenna Lemoncelli