The son of NBA great Glen Rice, Sr. is in trouble. Glen Rice, Jr. was arrested last Monday for battery and robbery charges.
The incident occurred when the former NBA player allegedly assaulted and robbed Jordan Callahan. The victim was a former basketball player at the University of Tulane. TMZ first reported the situation.
According to Ananth Pandian of CBSSPORTS, TMZ acquired the Atlanta-area police report about the suspect’s arrest. The suspect turned out to be Glen Rice Jr. This incident happened when Rice and Callahan got involved into a disagreement.
The confrontation has taken place in the parking lot of a supermarket. Rice first punched Callahan in the face that made the latter suffer a broken jaw. The victim also lost a tooth in the process.
Moreover, the suspect then grabbed two bags from the car in which he quickly ran away with.
Unfortunately, Rice was caught by the police thanks to the witness that told the authorities the suspect’s direction. The police opened the bags that has two guns, an AK-47 assault rifle, and a Taurus .38 Special. These bags also had a bunch of bullets inside.
Other than the bags that contained guns, the cops also found another gun that was not named.
In addition, there is around $2,700 in cash and 6 cell phones on him at that time based on the police report.
The victim was found by the police to be in a pool of blood.
Moreover, this was not the first time that Rice had an involvement in breaking the law. Just last October 2015, the former Georgia Tech player was wounded in the leg because of an altercation at an Atlanta restaurant.
When the police investigated the matter, Glen was found to be in possession of marijuana that was in the bag he is carrying at that time. The cops also arrested the player for reckless conduct due to that incident.
Another wasted talent who once had a promising season back in 2012. This is the year when he led a d-league team to a championship. He was drafted back in 2013 by the Philadelphia 76ers before his rights were traded to the Washington Wizards.
Compared to his father, he did not have a wonderful career in the league by which he only played 16 games. This is the combined games he played as a member of the Wizards in the 2013-2014 and 2014-2015 seasons.
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