Former NBA and G League Chance Commander Admits to ‘Suspected of Killing a Woman by Strangulation’

Chance Commander (27, 208cm), who played one game in the NBA and played in the G League, admitted to killing a woman.

Local media ESPN reported on the 21st (Korea time) that “According to court records, Comanche admitted to strangling a woman found dead near Las Vegas earlier this month.”

Comanche, who was arrested by FBI agents in Sacramento, California on Wednesday, confessed to killing Marina Rogers at the time. Michael Goldstein, Comanche’s attorney, said, “I can’t comment on anything. The charges will be addressed in court.” 월카지노

Sakkari Harden, the former girlfriend of the commanche who also committed the crime, has also been charged with murder. Harden’s attorney, who is being held in a Las Vegas jail, declined to comment.

Rogers, who went out with his friends, was last seen in Las Vegas. He was reported missing on Saturday and was found dead in a desert area in Nevada. According to the affidavit, Harden and Rodgers met, but Harden and Rodgers had a dispute over expensive watches. He and Harden strangled Rodgers with HDMI, dumped the body on the side of the road, and covered it with stones to hide it.

A graduate of the University of Arizona, Kermanchi played one NBA regular-league game (seven points, three rebounds, one block shot) for the Portland Trail Blazers in April, and he averaged 14 points and seven rebounds in 13 games for the Stockton Kings this season. He was released from the team immediately after his arrest.

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