Demaryius Thomas’ Georgia Home Broken Into; Valuable Memorabilia Stolen

East Rutherford, New Jersey / USA - Feb. 2, 2014: Demaryius Thomas, of the Denver Broncos, during Super Bowl XLVIII postgame press conferences at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. Feb. 2, 2014.

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The home of late NFL wide receiver Demaryius Thomas was reportedly broken into earlier this month, according to 95.5 WSB.

Per the report, multiple people broke into and partied at the home and valuable memorabilia then went missing.

Among the items that were taken were “an ESPY award, football memorabilia, multiple football jerseys including one signed by Tom Brady, seven or eight guns, a hyperbaric chamber and thousands of dollars in cash.”

Three men — 29-year-old Vashone Jones, 27-year-old Perfect Robinson and 30-year-old Malcom Daniels — were arrested and charged with criminal trespass.

Jones is a former Bibb County deputy who resigned in 2019 after being charged with theft and card fraud. Jones claimed he used to live at the home and helped Thomas with medical issues, and that he continues to visit on weekends to check on the home. He was found in the master bedroom with an unidentified woman.

Thomas’ mother, however, told police that the family changed locks on the home following Thomas’ death and that it should have been empty.

Thomas passed away in his home on December 9, 2021, at age 33.

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