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Ravens’ security chief not guilty of fondling woman

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The Baltimore Ravens’ director of security has been found not guilty of fondling a female stadium worker.

Darren Sanders was exonerated Thursday of second-degree assault and a fourth-degree sex offense — charges rooted in allegations that he molested a female custodian after a game at Baltimore’s M&T Bank Stadium in December.

The Ravens were “delighted with the verdict,” according to a team spokesperson.

The woman testified that a seemingly drunk Sanders touched her butt several times despite her protestations.

Sanders denied touching her, telling jurors that she asked for his phone number and he declined.


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