Former NBA player and murder suspect Javaris Crittenton has been arrested in a massive drug sting in Georgia while allegedly trying to transport 400 kilograms of cocaine and 10lbs of pot. According to legal documents obtained by TMZ Sports, the former Washington Wizards point guard was taken into custody last week in Atlanta on multiple drug charges. Crittenton, 26, was among 14 suspects who were rounded up in the bust, which also netted an enormous shipment of drugs. Four hundred kilos of cocaine equals roughly 900lbs. According to investigators, the drug ring has been in business since at least 2012. It included members who went by nicknames like ‘Crutch,’ ‘Chop’ and ‘Carlito,’ TMZ reported. The office of Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard Jr. said 14 people were arrested last Wednesday after a seven-month investigation. Crittenton’s attorney, Brian Steel, told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution his client is innocent, adding they’ll ‘fight any and every false allegation’ against Crittenton. For Crittenton, this is only the latest in a series of serious legal troubles. More charges: Crittenton, pictured here in September 2011, is facing murder charges in connection to an April 2011 drive-by shooting in Atlanta Revenge killing: Police in Atlanta say Crittenton (left) accidentally shot Julian Jones, 22 (right) in August 2011 while trying to kill a man he had suspected of robbing him in April He has been out on bond since the fall of 2011, when the one-time Georgia Tech basketball star was indicted on a slew of charges in the August 2011 drive-by shooting of a 22-year-old Atlanta woman. Julian Jones, a mother of four, was gunned down in a gang-related incident that allegedly involved Crittenton and his cousin Douglas Gamble. Officials say Crittenton accidentally shot Jones while trying to kill a man he had suspected of robbing him at gunpoint of $50,000 worth of jewelery and other valuables in April of that year. Crittenton was a first-round draft pick of the Lakers in 2007 and has also played for the Washington Wizards and Memphis Grizzlies. He signed a non-guarantee contract with Charlotte Bobcats in 2010 before being waved. During his two seasons with the NBA, Crittenton averaged 5.3 points per game in a total of 113 games. Robust defense: Crittenton's attorney, Brian Steel (left), said his client is innocent and vowed to 'fight any and every false allegation' Dubious claim to fame: Crittenton, No. 8, had spent two seasons in the NBA playing for three different teams, but he is best known for his armed standoff in the Washington Wizards locker room He is perhaps best known for his notorious 2010 armed confrontation in the Wizards locker room with teammate Gilbert Arenas, which resulted in a 38-game suspension for Crittenton. In September 2011, Crittenton was released from jail after posting $230,000 bond. In October, a judge imposed a 12-hour curfew on the 26-year-old murder suspect requiring him to stay home from 7pm to 7am, according to Atlanta Journal Constitution. ESPN reported that shortly after 6am last Wednesday, DEA agents, federal marshals and Atlanta metro police arrived at Crittenton’s home in Fayetteville and arrested the former NBA standout. A judge ordered him held in Fulton County Jail without bond. He is due back in court February 14.