Percy Allen of the Seattle Times writes a great article about professional athletes and the $$$ criminals think of when they see them.
It’s impossible to find reliable statistics on the number of crime victims in the NBA, NFL, Major League Baseball and the NHL. But since Boston Celtics star Paul Pierce was nearly stabbed to death in 2000, more than two dozen professional athletes reportedly have been murdered, robbed or victimized, including Los Angeles Clippers guard Cuttino Mobley; retired NFL receiver Keyshawn Johnson; former Cincinnati Reds outfielder Dernell Stenson, who was shot to death in an apparent carjacking in November 2003; and basketball player Julius Hodge. Click on the link for the full story.
An Athlete having personal security won’t solve every problem, but spending money on security before the 3rd (or 4th) car sounds like an investment that would pay a much greater return in the long run.