Gilbert Arenas Gun Case: Police Search Wash. Wizards Javaris Crittenton’s Home
Arlington, VA. police have executed a search warrant in the Gilbert Arenas case at Washington Wizards guard Javaris Crittenton’s home early this morning (Jan. 14th) in search of the missing gun that was reportedly wheeled out of the locker room by an alleged staff member of the facility where the incident took place.
On Christmas Eve, Javaris Crittenton and Gilbert Arenas pulled guns on each other over an unpaid gambling debt, as reported on HipHopRX.com. Arenas, who had firearms in the Wizards dressing room, laid four guns on a chair in front of Crittenton’s locker and jokingly said “If you want to shoot me, I’d just thought I’d make it easy for you.”
That’s when Crittenton threw one of Arenas guns across the room, pulled his own weapon and loaded one bullet.
Wizards officials learned of the incident and began investigating, now police have executed a search warrant for Javaris Crittenton’s home but court records show that the gun was not found.
Police are looking to view surveillance footage of the night of the incident because they believe that a worker at the facility wheeled the gun out in a laundry basket. According to witnesses, they saw him throw his gun into a laundry basket and someone from the organization wheeled it out.
Mark Bartelstein, Jarvis’ agent says his client has done nothing wrong!