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New Details In Robbery Case Involving Former Titan

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by Nick Beres

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - New details have been revealed in the felony robbery case against former Tennessee Titan Keith Bulluck. Because of the arrest, Bulluck will not be calling Thursday's televised Titans game and was replaced by former Titan's QB Kerry Collins.

This all stems from Bulluck's arrest early Sunday morning outside a Church Street bar. Cabbie Habib Hashi took out a warrant claiming Bulluck ripped his shirt and took a $100 bill out of his hand. Hashi told police Bulluck was upset after learning his cab was unavailable.

A bar manager told NewsChannel 5 that Bulluck did not appear intoxicated when he left to hail a cab. He was at the bar with several former and current Titans players who left at the same time.

Meanwhile, several questions are being raised about the credibility of Hashi. He could not be reached for comment and a friend told NewsChannel 5 that Hashi is trying to keep a low profile.

The Davidson County Sheriff's department said it can't find Hashi either. They cannot locate him to serve five civil warrants -- at least two related to back rent he still owes. 

The door to his Nashville apartment is plastered with notices threatening eviction.  Neighbors said they haven't seen him in months.

Hashi was also involved in a similar incident with state Senator Ophelia Ford back in 2007 -- accusing her of ripping his shirt.  In another case, Hashi was convicted of filing a false accident report in 1999.

Bulluck will be in court next month.


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