WASHINGTON (AP) -- The family of former Washington Wizards owner Abe Pollin is speaking out about the investigation into Gilbert Arenas and guns in the locker room.
A statement released by the family Saturday night says: "The fact that guns were brought to the Verizon Center is dangerous and disappointing and showed extremely poor judgment."
The statements adds that guns "have absolutely no place in a workplace environment and we will take further steps to ensure this never happens again."
The U.S. Attorney's Office and police have been investigating the matter since it was revealed on Christmas Eve that Arenas had kept guns in his locker.
Pollin died Nov. 24, and his family continues to run the team during the transition to a new ownership group.