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Warrant issued after former NBA player Robert Swift misses court date

A $20,000 bench warrant was issued Wednesday morning for former NBA player Robert Swift after he failed to show up in King County (Wash.) Superior Court for his arraignment on a firearms charge. Swift, 29, was charged Nov. 12 with unlawful possession of a short-barreled shotgun in connection with an October raid of a Kirkland home where Swift was living with his roommate, accused heroin and meth dealer Trugve "Trigg" Bjorkstam, court records show. Bjorkstam, 54, was charged with drug offenses in both state and federal court. According to charging papers, Swift was using heroin daily at the time of his arrest and owned several firearms, including the sawed-off shotgun that police found ...

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