Gilbert Arenas Case Will Go To Grand Jury

According to TMZ, Gilbert Arenas' gun case is headed to a D.C. Grand Jury:

Arenas -- aka Agent Zero -- and Crittenton are being interviewed by D.C. detectives right now. Law enforcement tells TMZ after the interviews, the plan is to take the case before the D.C. grand jury. We're told the U.S. Attorney (which presents local cases to the grand jury in D.C.) will call the head coach for the Washington Wizards and someone on the security team at the Verizon Center as witnesses.

We're told, in addition to weapons charges, Arenas and Crittenton could be charged with criminal assault.

Something to keep in mind: if Gilbert Arenas is convicted of a felony, his contract will almost unquestionably be voided. And though the locker room conflict has been downplayed as horseplay by Arenas, it seems that D.C. detectives have a different perspective, at least for now. We'll continue to keep you update as this story evolves and more details emerge throughout the day.

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