Former Washington Wizard Player Javaris Crittenton Wanted for Murder

If you’re a fan of the The Ramblin’ Wreck, you’ll remember Javaris Crittenton. He’s the former Georgia Tech star b-baller. More firearms-oriented fans will recall that Crittenton was the Washington Wizards player who pulled and/or threw a gun at Gilbert Arenas. Both playas plead-out to a misdemeanor gun possession charge. Arenas returned to pro-ball. Crittenton? Not so much. But he didn’t lose his gun-totin’ ‘tude. Crittenton is now wanted for [allegedly] attempting to shoot a gentleman who [allegedly] stole some of Crittenton’s bling-bling. One of Crittenton’s retaliatory .22 caliber bullets struck the target’s companion, mother-of-four Jullian Jones, who later died of her injuries. If only we’d had more gun control! Oh wait . . .

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  1. avatar John Fritz says:

    How do the get “Jah-var-iss” out of Jarvis?

  2. avatar ready,fire,aim says:

    stupid is stupid does

  3. avatar Ralph says:

    The Washington Wizards used to be called the Washington Bullets. I guess Jiveass didn’t get the memo.

  4. avatar Magoo says:

    RF, this Jarvis Crittendon of yours bears a striking resemblance to Javaris Crittenton. And they are both wanted for murder. What an amazing coincidence.

    1. avatar Robert Farago says:

      Text amended. Wise guy.

      1. avatar Magoo says:

        Take another run at it. You’re almost there.

      2. avatar Magoo says:

        RF, are you going to correct the last name as well? If you have any hope of replacing the New York Times as civilization’s document of record, you need to fix these things.

  5. avatar Jim says:

    Me thinks that certain demographics over-represent themselves in gun crimes. It would explain gun control laws being prominent in urban centers like Chicago.

  6. avatar michael says:

    A .22? Must be a mistake. Everyone knows that unless you are carrying a 1911 or 40 S&W this is impossible.

  7. avatar Orvil says:

    .22 strikes again! Still a lethal caliber in my book.

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