'Morning Quickie': Browns players car jacked, Arnold comes clean, & spying on Chris Rock

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Cleveland police are investigating after several Cleveland Browns players were robbed at gunpoint downtown. The Browns have identified the players as cornerback Greg Newsome II and defensive tackle Perrion Winfrey. According to the Cleveland police report, Newsome told officers he left Rumor Bar & Lounge on W. 6th Street with another person around 2:15 a.m. Monday, June 5 and drove to the Filter Bar and Lounge in the 700 block of W. Superior Ave. Newsome stated they parked their 2022 Ram truck in the parking lot next to Filter and went into the bar. Newsome told police when they went back to the truck around 3:30 a.m., six masked men jumped out of an unknown car and robbed them at gunpoint. Before driving off in the truck, the suspects also stole some jewelry. Newsome stated nobody was injured. Cleveland police are also investigating the theft of a Cleveland Browns player’s vehicle from the parking garage at The May in the 200 block of Euclid Ave. Officers responded to the garage around 8 a.m. Sunday, June 4, when the owners realized their vehicles were gone. One of the vehicles, a 2023 Dodge Durango Hellcat, belongs to Cleveland Browns player Demetric Felton. According to the police report, security video showed suspects driving into the garage around 4:50 a.m., taking a parking ticket and driving around the garage. Once the suspects saw the Hellcat, they broke into the vehicle and drove away in it. Before leaving the garage, the suspects also stole a Dodge Challenger. according to the police report. Police said there are no arrests in either incident.

Netflix's upcoming documentary series "Arnold" explores the life of Arnold Schwarzenegger. The series covers Arnold's journey as a bodybuilder and actor, as well as his tenure as the governor of California. Arnold addresses his past behavior in the documentary and admits to having groped women, apologizing for his actions. Previously, Arnold had denied accusations of indecent behavior, but now he takes responsibility for it, stating that it was wrong regardless of the timeframe. Six women accused Arnold of groping them just five days before the 2003 gubernatorial election in California. The full interview comes out when Schwarzenegger’s “Arnold” debuts on June 7th on Netflix.

Chris Rock had to call the police after finding a peeping Tom with a camera outside his window. The comedian was in his New York City apartment when he found the creep on his fire escape. But before the cops could get there, the man jumped to the ground and into a white Mercedes. The case is under investigation.

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