Steelers tackle Mike Adams was stabbed in a confrontation with three men trying to steal his car in Pittsburgh early Saturday morning and the police have now arrested a second suspect in the case.
Margaret Harding of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports that Dquay Means has been arrested and charged with attempted homicide, aggravated assault, conspiracy, illegally possessing a firearm, escape and carrying a firearm without a license for his alleged involvement in the incident with Adams. Adams identified Means in a photo array and said Means pointed a gun at his head and threatened to shoot if Adams did not turn over his truck.
Means ran from detectives when they came to his house to talk about the stabbing, but turned himself in about three hours later after speaking to his mother. A preliminary hearing on his charges has been set for June 12.
Pittsburgh police had previously announced the arrest of Michael Paranay, who is accused of punching Adams while a third, still unidentified man stabbed the Steelers tackle. Paranay dropped his cell phone while fleeing the scene, which the police found and used to identify him as a suspect in the case.