KENT, Wash. (AP) - A man accused of shooting three people outside a Las Vegas strip club and then extorting money from professional football player Adam ``Pacman'' Jones has been ordered held on $1 million bail.
Arvin Kenti Edwards, of Renton, declined to appear in King County Superior Court on Wednesday. He's being held for investigation of being a fugitive from justice pending his extradition to Nevada.
Police there say Edwards opened fire after a brawl at the Minxx strip joint in February 2007, and that he later demanded $15,000 from Jones for ``services rendered.'' Jones, who says he didn't order the hit, declined to pay, but he did reimburse a friend after the friend paid the money on Jones' behalf.

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