NBA star Gilbert Arenas packs heat. What he does not pack (or apply for, to put it more accurately) is a license for any of the weapons in his locker.
The Washington Wizards player, who is being investigated for allegedly pulling a gun on a teammate December 24, likely did so with an illegal gun.
He has no valid license to possess guns he stored in his locker in D.C., according to law enforcement sources, which could land him in big trouble.
There were reportedly four guns (not three, as had been reported) in Arenas' locker, including a gold-plated Desert Eagle - a gigantic handgun.
AGENT ZERO: Maybe Gilbert Arenas should change his nickname to 007.
The star could be charged with carrying a pistol without a license, which might mean strict punishment under the District of Columbia's tough gun laws.
Gilbert Arenas could also face assault charges from the alleged gun-toting standoff (what he calls a prank gone awry) with teammate Javaris Crittenton.
Sources say he will soon be under grand jury investigation.
D.C. police plan to bring in Washington Wizards coach Flip Saunders today for questioning, with GM Ernie Grunfeld to be brought in later this week.