Murder Suspect Javaris Crittenton's $6K Gucci Jacket Stolen | BlackSportsOnline

NBA Player & Murder Suspect Javaris Crittenton’s $6K Gucci Jacket Stolen

by Robert Littal | Posted on Saturday, November 19th, 2011
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When you read the title, it just doesn’t sound right does it?

Crittenton who is out on bail for allegedly killing a 22 year old mother of 4, decided this time he needed the police when his Gucci Jacket was stolen.

Former NBA player Javaris Crittenton may have thought being charged with murder was the worst thing that could have happened to him this year … until someone stole his $6,000 Gucci jacket.

Law enforcement sources tell TMZ … Crittenton — who’s still out on bail for allegedly shooting a woman to death back in August — was hanging out at Drai’s nightclub in Hollywood last weekend … when he decided to put his jacket down and didn’t keep an eye on it.

We’re told Crittenton went to grab his jacket on his way out of the club around 1:00 AM … when he discovered it was MISSING!!

Crittenton — who went MIA for a few days after he was charged with murder — decided this time, he would seek out the police …and reported the theft to the LAPD.

Crittenton is innocent until proven guilty, but I get the feeling the LAPD aren’t going to try too hard to find his jacket.

Just a hunch.

Ironically police believe that the reason Crittenton went on a shooting spree was because someone stole his jewelry. So if you are reading this and you have the jacket, might want to watch your back and for that matter your front as well.

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  1. A.C says:

    Also, the person who allegedly stole his jacket better isolate himself from others.

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