DC Metropolitan Police spokesperson, Gwendolyn Crump confirmed today that "MPD has completed the investigation into this matter, and the case has been presented to the OAG for a determination of the prosecutorial merit of the case."
The clamor for David Gregory's arrest came in the wake of the now infamous Dec. 22nd broadcast of Meet the Press in which he brandished a high capacity magazine during an interview with the NRA's Wayne LaPierre.
Critics were quick to point out the hypocrisy of David Gregory using his position as a commentator to call for more gun control legislation while committing a felony violation of the existing DC statutes.
Because Meet the Press is taped within the District of Columbia, the mere possession of the above mentioned magazine makes David Gregory and all those involved in its procurement guilty of a felony violation of DC's notoriously strict gun laws.
While the MPD has referred the case to the prosecutor for a decision on charges, the police stopped short of arresting David Gregory despite a 3-1/2 week investigation.
Critics question what exactly the police investigation did for 3-1/2 weeks because it has been reported that the police never directly questioned Gregory nor served a search warrant on his home or office.
The charge is punishable by one year in prison or a $1,000 fine and is considered a felony conviction which causes the offender to be placed on the DC Gun Crime Registry and is considered a felony arrest.
It has been reported elsewhere that Ted Gest, the spokesman for the District’s Office of the Attorney General (OAG), stated that the decision whether or not to prosecute Mr. Gregory will come "possibly this week."