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Baton Rouge police identified what they seized during search warrant execution at LSU starting quarterback Jordan Jefferson?s home.
Police said they seized 49 pairs of tennis shoes, including the ones he was wearing at the time.
Baton Rouge police searched Jefferson?s home for evidence pertaining to the investigation of his involvement in a bar fight.
Investigators didn?t say why the shoes were taken from the home.
On Tuesday, Baton Rouge police asked four LSU football players about a bar fight that sent four people to emergency rooms.
Jefferson, offensive lineman Chris Davenport, linebacker Josh Johns and receiver Jarvis Landry were all questioned by police.
A recently released police report indicated that two people claimed that Jefferson kicked a man and that Johns attacked him.
The man and a woman said that the incident happened in the parking lot of Shady's bar after several LSU football players pulled a man out of a car and attacked him.
Detectives said they were taking a closer look at a DNA sample taken from Jefferson, who turned 21 Thursday. Police announced Thursday that they have not arrested or charged Jefferson with a crime.
Police said two other players could be charged with misdemeanor simple battery, but declined to say which two players could face the more serious charges.
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