SEATTLE (AP) Former NBA player Robert Swift has pleaded not guilty to a charge of possessing a sawed-off shotgun.
The King County, Washington, prosecutor's office said Monday he remains in jail with bail set at $20,000.
Swift was arrested last Tuesday along with another man suspected of attempting to break into a home in Gold Bar.
Swift was wanted for failing to show at a court...
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January 12, 2015
The sad spiral for Robert Swift continued Tuesday.
The former Seattle Supersonic and Oklahoma City Thunder center was arrested after allegedly attempting to rob a home in Gold Bar, Washington, according to Snohomish County Police. Sources told Amy Clancy of KIRO-TV that the 29-year-old Swift and one other man put masks on their faces and tried to break into a house in broad daylight...
ormer Seattle Supersonics and Oklahoma City Thunder center Robert Swift has been arrested for an attempted home break-in and unlawful shotgun possession, according to KIRO 7:According to sources, the 7-foot-1 former NBA basketball player and 28-year-old Carlos Abraham Anderson of Everett put masks over their faces and attempted to rob a home in broad daylight. Witnesses notified...
Former NBA player Robert Swift can't keep his name out of the news ... and for all the wrong reasons.
The former Seattle SuperSonic and Oklahoma City Thunder center was arrested on Tuesday for allegedly trying to rob a home in Gold Bar, Wash., which is about 40-50 miles northeast of Seattle, according to a report from KIRO 7.
Swift, who last played in the NBA in 2009, was armed with...
Robert Swift was arrested for alleged attempted armed robbery on Tuesday, marking the latest incident in the former NBA center’s downward spiral. Swift, who was the No. 12 overall pick in the 2004 NBA draft by the Seattle SuperSonics, was arrested by Snohomish County Sheriff’s deputies for allegedly trying to rob a home near Gold...Read More
KING 5 in Seattle is reporting that former Seattle Supersonics and Oklahoma City Thunder center Robert Swift has been arrested for an attempted home break-in. Swift was also arrested on warrant for unlawful possession of a shotgun. Former Seattle SuperSonic Robert Swift arrested in attempted home break-in, had outstanding warrant for unlawful possession of shotgun.
Former Seattle Sonics and Oklahoma City Thunder player Robert Swift has been charged with a gun crime after police seized a grenade launcher and drugs during a raid of the Kirkland, Washington, home where he was living, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer reported.
Police reportedly found a military-style grenade launcher and sawed-off shotgun, among other weapons, in Swift's bedroom...
Former Seattle Sonics and Oklahoma City Thunder player Robert Swift has been charged with a gun crime after police seized a grenade launcher and drugs during a raid of the Kirkland, Wash., home where he was living, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer reports.
Police reportedly found a military-style grenade launcher and sawed-off shotgun, among other weapons, in Swift’s bedroom during...
Remember former NBA first-round pick Robert Swift?
The former Seattle SuperSonics big-man has found himself in some hot water after reportedly being arrested for possession of a sawed-off shotgun and a grenade launcher.
That’s not all.
According to reports, Swift is also a heroin addict.
According to KOMO News in Seattle, Swift was found with a sawed-off shotgun and grenade launcher...
Former NBA first-round pick Robert Swift was charged Thursday with illegal possession of a shotgun, less than a month after he was found living in a home that was raided by police as part of a drug bust. Swift, who was the No. 12 pick by the Seattle SuperSonics in 2004, was living in a...Read More
Former Seattle SuperSonics center Robert Swift has found himself mixed up with the wrong crowd since his professional basketball career ended. Last year, Swift was forced to vacate his foreclosed property and left behind a disgusting mess. Earlier this month, the 28-year-old was found hanging out in a house that was filled with all kinds...Read More
A SWAT team raid near Redmond, Washington, reportedly turned up even more evidence than the police were looking for earlier this month.
Drugs. Guns. Prostitutes. An underground bunker.
And ex-Seattle Sonic Robert Swift.
Don't remember him? Well, first off, he's hard to miss, at 7-foot-1, covered in tats and red hair.
The Sonics drafted him right out of high school 12th overall in...