Police Seize Guns, Cars and Ammunition from Mayweather's Home

In this photo taken on May 13, 2009, a Jamaican police officer marks for record a seized handgun inside a weapons depositary at a police station in downtown Kingston, Jamaica, Wednesday, May 13, 2009. The firearms pour into violent slums in cities across Jamaica, one of the world's deadliest countries, where guns are used in the vast majority of murders. Eighty percent of the weapons seized in the Caribbean island are traced back to the United States. (AP Photo/Ricardo Arduengo)
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LAS VEGAS (AP) - Las Vegas police seized two handguns, ammunition and two bulletproof vests from the home of boxer Floyd
Mayweather Jr. and two cars after a shooting outside a skating rink.

Search warrant documents released Thursday and obtained by The
Associated Press said one of the handguns seized Monday was loaded.

No one was hurt in the shooting, and Mayweather has not been named as a suspect by police.

His manager Leonard Ellerbe said Mayweather was not involved in the incident.

A detective told a judge that Quincey Williams, one of the alleged victims of the Sunday night shooting, told police Mayweather threatened him.

Another alleged victim told police that Mayweather Jr. stood next to a man who opened fire as he and Williams drove away.