Halfway House: Gilbert Arenas On Detention

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The court has directed suspended Washington Wizards pin-up Gilbert Arenas to spend 30 days in a halfway house on gun indicts coming from a locker-room conflict with a colleague.

Prosecutors had suggested that Arenas dole out three months in detention. Defense attorneys squabbled Arenas did not ought to have jail time for what they depicted as a mistaken prank on colleague Javaris Crittenton.

Arenas claimed guilty to going against the city’s gun regulations in a December 21 unpleasant incident at Verizon Center. Next to a disagreement over an amateur gambling debit, Arenas conveyed a number of guns to the Wizards’ locker room and laid them down in front of Crittenton’s locker with a signal telling him to “GET ONE.”

In court papers, prosecutors said Crittenton had justifiable explanation to consider Arenas’ threat was legitimate.

The judge initiated a halfway end — literally — between prison and trial Friday when he verdict the three-time NBA All-Star to 30 days in a halfway house for taking guns into the Washington Wizards locker room.


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