Robert SwiftKING 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.

Swift — one of the more infamous draft busts of the last decade — made headlines in 2013 when he refused to leave his foreclosed home in the Seattle area. He eventually abandoned the neglected property, leaving behind a trail of bullet holes, beer bottles and piles of pizza boxes (among many other things). He was back into the news this past October when police raided a Kirkland home full of guns, drugs and a grenade launcher. Swift was living in the home with his drug dealer-turned-roommate. Swift was charged with unlawful possession of a short barreled shotgun.

We don’t have any more details of his current arrest, but we will update when we know more.

UPDATE: Here are more details, via 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 the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office.

“I believe there were a couple of people who called in, they saw masked subjects on the property, reported that at least one of them was armed with a weapon, one possibly with a baseball bat,” Sheriff’s Office spokesperson Shari Ireton told KIRO 7. “It appeared they were either trying to make an entry or knocking on the door.” …

… The 29-year-old Swift has already been charged in King County Superior Court for possessing an illegal sawed-off shotgun. The weapon was found – along with a cache of other weapons – in the home of his Kirkland roommate late last year.

When Swift failed to show up for his November 26th court appearance in Seattle, a warrant for his arrest was issued. Ireton confirmed that warrant was one of the reasons Swift was booked into the King County Jail in Seattle instead of the Snohomish County Jail in Everett.