Wake Forest assistant coach faces assault charges in man's death

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Wake Forest assistant basketball coach Jamill Jones has been charged with assaulting a tourist in Queens, according to a police report obtained by Sports Illustrated.

Jones turned himself into police Thursday afternoon and was arraigned Thursday night at Queens County Criminal Court.

Jamill Jones, 35, confronted Sandor Szabo, 35, for banging on cars at about 1:15 a.m. near 41-10 29th Street in Long Island City, the New York Post reported, citing sources.

Szabo, who was left unconscious after the altercation, died on Tuesday. The incident came after Szabo punched a resident who came outside amid the ruckus, according to The Post, which led Jones to act.

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After he punched Szabo, police say Jones got into an SUV and drove away leaving the man on the pavement.

In a statement, Wake Forest said it would comment further once it gathers more information.

Szabo, who lived in Boca Raton with his brother, always had a bright smile and shared a love of fishing, cooking and family, the company said. Jones was released on his own recognizance and was ordered to return to court on October 2.

"The court made the proper ruling with the charges, and the District Attorney's office made the proper ruling with the charges", the lawyer, Alain Massena, said.

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Jones joined the Demon Deacons staff in May 2017 after coaching stints at Central Florida, Virginia Commonwealth and Florida Gulf Coast.

Szabo, also 35, was "super outgoing, friendly, and an incredibly smart businessman", said his company, at What If Media Group, based in Fort Lee, New Jersey. "He was a really good person".

His family said the marketing professional was leaving the hotel where his brother was staying and called for a auto to go back to his own hotel. "We are going to miss him dearly".

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