“A green leafy substance suspected to be marijuana was seized…”

I guess it wasn’t oregano.

Nice try playing the athlete card, Riley.  That stuff only works in Tuscaloosa.

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18 responses to ““A green leafy substance suspected to be marijuana was seized…”

  1. 81Dog

    It works in the state of Georgia, if you are outside Athens and you play for Auburn, per the Nick Marshall incident in the lovely hamlet of Reynolds, GA. You just get a citation there and a stern talking to by the local police chief. Frankly, that ought to be enough for a first offense, but not for the Nanny State of the People’s Republic of ACC.

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  2. Tronan

    A friend with weed is a friend indeed. Unless you’re with the ACCPD.

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  3. MGW

    So you’re saying you crossed state lines with that green leafy substance…

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  4. mwo

    I’d like to see it be made illegal for cops to say they smell weed. Most of the time that is BS just to further investigate. Like it used to be when they said “you crossed the center line”.

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  5. Normaltown Mike

    For all you non lawyers out there….this is what a trunk and the 4th Amendment are for.

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  6. Bright Idea

    So out of all the cars containing marijuana being driven around Athens by women on Sat. night one gets stopped and there’s a Georgia football player in it. Bulldog luck at its finest.

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  7. Dylan Dreyer's Booty

    So this means that we have a possession receiver I guess.

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  8. Raleighwood Dawg

    “Ridley explained he was an athlete and he requested to call someone to help the traffic stop go a whole lot smoother” …
    LMAO

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    • The Dawg abides

      I’m sure he was talking about Bryant Gantt. He’s been the guy called lately when players have police involvement. I don’t see a problem with it. These kids need an advocate when it’s not possible to have their parents there. Seems the police haven’t minded so far. Helping things go smoothly seems like the proper term.

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  9. steve

    Damon? Damon Evans…is that you?

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