Former Wizards' draft pick Glen Rice Jr. was arrested in in Georgia on July 25 on charges of felony robbery, aggravated battery and marijuana possession.
On Friday, new details were released on what took place and it does not look good for the oft-troubled son of former NBA star Glen Rice.
According to the police report obtained by TMZ.com, Rice Jr. got into a an altercation with former Tulane basketball player Jordan Callahan in the parking lot of a Kroger grocery store. A fight between the two broke out, with Callahan reportedly suffering a broken jaw and being left in a pool of his own blood.
A witness told police they saw Rice Jr. flee the scene on foot with two bags. Police found the two bags — containing an AK-47 assault rifle and a Taurus .38 special — hidden underneath nearby leaves. When the cops arrested Rice, they found him in possession of roughly $2,700 in cash and six cell phones.
Rice Jr., who was drafted by the Wizards with the No. 35 overall pick in the 2013 NBA Draft, was suspended three times during his short career at Georgia Tech before being dismissed from the program following a DUI arrest in 2012. He then spent a season in the NBA D-League with the Rio Grande Valley Vipers before being drafted by the Wizards.
He appeared in just 16 games in two seasons before being released by the team in January 2015, two months after he was shot in the leg at an Atlanta-area restaurant. Rice Jr. was charged with reckless conduct and possession of marijuana.