Patriots CB Jack Jones, dealing with airport gun prices, has a rescheduled court docket date after Week 1

Anybody excited for further particulars throughout the airport firearms case of Patriots cornerback Jack Jones ought to wait somewhat bit longer.

A listening to scheduled for Friday in municipal court docket docket in East Boston was rescheduled Tuesday for Sept. 15, a few days after the Pats’ season opener.

Massachusetts State Police troopers arrested Jones, 25, at Boston Logan Worldwide Airport on June 16 after they’re saying TSA brokers found two pistols throughout the New England Patriot participant’s carry-on bag as he was going by way of a security checkpoint.

The alleged weapons had been every loaded Glock 9mm pistols, a Glock 43X and Glock 19, in response to prosecutors.

Seized alongside them had been three loaded magazines: a 30-round, a 15-round and 10-round, along with a whole of 54 rounds of 9mm ammunition. The weapons had been allegedly inside an unlocked black Glock handgun area that was itself inside a black duffel bag labeled with the phrases “UFC” and “Jones, Jack.”

Jones was charged with two counts each of possession of a hid weapon in a secure house of an airport, possession of ammunition with out a firearm identification card, unlawful possession of a firearm, carrying a loaded firearm and possession of a large-capacity feeding system. He pleaded not accountable to the charges at his arraignment in East Boston on June 20 and posted $30,000 cash bail.

Following Jones’ arraignment, his lawyer Rosemary Scapicchio said the case was merely an occasion of “institutional racism we take care of every single day within the court docket system.”

She said the proof solely reveals that “the weapons had been in a bag together with his identify on it. Precisely. That doesn’t make him a thug. … It makes him a person charged with a criminal offense.”