Crittenton will be on a red-eye flight from Los Angeles to Atlanta and should arrive in his hometown "very early [Tuesday] morning," said attorney Brian Steel, retained by family members earlier Monday. "Mr. Crittenton wants to clear his name," Steel told the AJC. "He's innocent of the charges."
HoopsVibe’s Very Quick Call: They found him, at least.
Two days ago Javaris Crittenton was charged with the murder of an Atlanta mother of four in a shooting that was apparently retaliation for a robbery.
The combo guard went missing until now. According to Crittenton's lawyer, he will turn himself in to the Atlanta authorities in an effort to prove his innocence.
Come back to HoopsVibe News for more on this story as it develops.