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police blotter - the daily written record of events, as arrests, in a police station;
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Packers Letroy Guion arrested in Florida on marijuana, gun charges; $190K seized

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Green Bay Packers nose tackle Letroy Guion was arrested Tuesday night in Starke, Fla., on felony charges of possessing marijuana and a firearm. In all, police seized 357 grams of marijuana, a 9mm semiautomatic handgun and more than $190,000 from a bag in his vehicle.

He was released from Bradford County Jail on Wednesday afternoon on a $100,000 bond.

"We are aware of a serious matter involving Letroy Guion," a Packers spokesman said. "We have not yet spoken to Letroy, and we will have no further comment."

At approximately 11:03 p.m. EST Tuesday [Feb. 4, 2015], according to a Starke Police Department arrest report, the 27-year-old Guion was stopped for failure to maintain a single lane, and the officer on site smelled a strong odor of marijuana coming from Guion's 2015 Dodge Ram.

Guion asked the officer if he knew who he was, and due to the smell and Guion's behavior, the officer had Guion step out of the vehicle and called for backup.

Asked if he had anything illegal in the vehicle, Guion said he did have a registered firearm. While it's not illegal to carry a registered gun in Florida, it is illegal to carry a gun with illegal drugs.

As the officer continued to search the vehicle after securing the firearm, the report continued, Guion became "extremely uncooperative and hostile" and "kept coming towards the vehicle several times, saying, 'Hey man, my money is in there. Don't let him take my money.'"

The officer reported that Guion "rushed" to the driver's side of the vehicle in an attempt to take the black bag on the front passenger side, at which point Guion was handcuffed.

Inside the bag, police found bags of 190 and 167 grams of marijuana for the total of 357 grams — 0.78705 of a pound — and Guion was placed under arrest.

In the process, the officer also found $190,028.81 in the middle pocket of the bag...
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Accuser a no-show; abuse case against Greg Hardy falls apart
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Greg Hardy’s domestic-abuse case was abruptly dismissed Monday because his accuser – who is believed to have reached an undisclosed civil settlement with the Carolina Panthers’ Pro-Bowl defensive end – could not be found to testify.

Nicole Holder, Hardy’s ex-girlfriend, told prosecutors last fall she did not want to go through another trial after Hardy’s initial conviction in July 2014, District Attorney Andrew Murray said in a statement Monday as jury selection was about to get underway at the Mecklenburg County Courthouse.
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Since November, efforts to contact Holder and serve her with a subpoena have been fruitless, Murray said, despite “extraordinary measures” that included police staking out the addresses where she was believed to be living and requests to relatives to have her come forward. Murray said that he understood Holder had reached an independent settlement with Hardy.
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In July, with Holder at his side, Zamora said Hardy’s conviction “sent a strong message to the people of Mecklenburg County that it doesn’t matter if you’re an average Joe or if you’re a professional athlete that plays for the Carolina Panthers: If you assault a woman and you communicate to that woman that you will kill them, you will be arrested. You will be prosecuted, and you will be convicted.”

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Holder filed a Complaint and Motion for Domestic Violence Protective Order, a copy of which was obtained by the Charlotte Observer.

In that document are Holder's alleged version of the facts from late Monday night/early Tuesday morning:

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On May 13, 2014 Greg Hardy attacked me in his apartment. Hardy picked me up and threw me in the tile tub area of his bathroom. I have bruises from head to toe, including head, neck, back, shoulders, arms, legs elbow and feet. Hardy pulled me from the tub by my hair, screaming at me that he was going to kill me, break my arms and other threats that I completely believe. He drug me across the bathroom and out into the bedroom. Hardy choked me with both hands around my throat while I was lying on the floor. Hardy picked me up over his head and threw me onto a couch covered in assault rifles and/or shotguns. I landed on those weapons. Hardy bragged that all the assault rifles were loaded. Landing on those weapons bruised my neck and my back. Hardy screamed for his 'administrative assistant' (Sammy Curtis) to come into the room and hold me down. Curtis came into the room, grabbed me from behind and held me down. Hardy and Curtis then took me into the living room area. I wasn't nearly strong or fast enough to escape. I begged them to let me go & I wouldn't tell anyone what he did. They took me out into the hall, pushed me down & went back inside the apartment. I crawled to the elevator and ran into [Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department].
Hardy's attorney (and therefore Hardy) allege a different way in which things occurred.
Chris Fialko, Hardy atty, says alleged victim was attacking Hardy and his friend and wouldn't leave Hardy's apartment.

Additionally in the motion, Holder alleges Hardy "has approximately 25-30 firearms. AK-47's, automatic looking weapons, shotguns, rifles and pistols. Some are permitted and some are not. Hardy has a very large gun safe at his residence in South Charlotte."

She also alleges "as part of the assault, [Hardy] threatened to shoot me if I went to the media or reported his assaults to anyone."
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Man those Packers sure mess up their nose tackles.....
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Packers Letroy Guion arrested in Florida on marijuana, gun charges; $190K seized
I don't understand. If you want to sell weed why don't you invest in the states that sell it legally?
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Wasn't this the case where he locked himself in a room and called 911? Here is the call: http://www.wsoctv.com/videos/news/li...1-call/vCbCh2/

How is Hardy the one that was in the wrong here?
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I don't understand. If you want to sell weed why don't you invest in the states that sell it legally?
I don't think he was actually trying to sell weed. I think he was trying to make himself look like some kind of high rolling drug dealer. The amount of weed they confiscated is only worth maybe a couple grand on the street.
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I don't think he was actually trying to sell weed. I think he was trying to make himself look like some kind of high rolling drug dealer. The amount of weed they confiscated is only worth maybe a couple grand on the street.
He was late for a meeting with Jim Irsay and Johnny Manziel
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Pizza delivery man: Colts LB D'Qwell Jackson threatened to kill me
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The pizza delivery man who was allegedly assaulted by D'Qwell Jackson on Tuesday says that Jackson threatened to kill him.

The Colts linebacker was arrested Tuesday night and charged with simple assault after an incident in Washington, DC.

According to a police report obtained by the Washington Post, Jackson allegedly punched pizza delivery driver Jose Bonilla-Fuentes in the face because Bonilla-Fuentes parked in Jackson's spot. Jackson lives in an area that has assigned parking spaces and Bonilla-Fuentes had briefly parked in the spot so he could deliver a pizza.

The alleged victim joined the Kent Sterling Show on CBS Sports radio in Indianapolis on Wednesday and tried to explain what happened.

"What happened is that a crazy guy tried to choke me," Bonilla-Fuentes said.

The pizza delivery driver also added that Jackson said he was "going to kill me."

According to Bonilla-Fuentes, Jackson became remorseful after the cops got involved.

"He come to me and say 'Please, please I'll give you whatever money you need, but don't do nothing, don't let the police take me,'" Bonilla-Fuentes said.
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Including the guys change in the photo? Sure, he had drugs, cash, and a gun. But what really says gangsta is the $2 in change. Yep, this guys a serious threat to society.
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So I found this interesting, maybe the lawyers can weigh in...

It sounds to me in this state you can have a trial in front of a judge -- Hardy did and was found guilty -- but then you can appeal the judge's decision to a jury... like a second bite at the apple. Can't be right, can it?

So Hardy waited to buy off his accuser until after a judge ruled against him, and then he ponied up the $$$ to make her disappear and the decision was vacated.
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So I found this interesting, maybe the lawyers can weigh in...

It sounds to me in this state you can have a trial in front of a judge -- Hardy did and was found guilty -- but then you can appeal the judge's decision to a jury... like a second bite at the apple. Can't be right, can it?

So Hardy waited to buy off his accuser until after a judge ruled against him, and then he ponied up the $$$ to make her disappear and the decision was vacated.
We do it to a degree with Justice of the Peace courts - if you don't like the results of the trial there you appeal de novo (as if new) to County Court.

From the early reporting on this it sounds like the initial bench trial is almost a glorified replacement for a grand jury - more of a gatekeeper function.
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We do it to a degree with Justice of the Peace courts - if you don't like the results of the trial there you appeal de novo (as if new) to County Court.

From the early reporting on this it sounds like the initial bench trial is almost a glorified replacement for a grand jury - more of a gatekeeper function.
Interesting. Totally unaware of that. Thanks.
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Detroit Lions' Nick Fairley cleared on DUI charge, convicted of reckless driving; ready for free agency visits
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After nearly three years of waiting, the verdict is finally in.

Nick Fairley was found not guilty of driving under the influence of alcohol after a three-day trial that ended Friday afternoon in Mobile County Court.

The charge stemmed from a 2010 incident in which the Detroit Lions defensive tackle was accused of driving 100 mph with an open container on an Alabama freeway. He also faced a charge of reckless driving.

Fairley was convicted of that reckless driving charge and will pay a $500 fine, according to WKRG-TV in Mobile.
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Philadelphia Eagles safety Nate Allen has been cleared of any wrongdoing...
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after being accused of a lewd act, which led to him being detained by police in Fort Myers, Florida last week.

The Florida State Attorney's Office explains that police were investigating a report of an indecent exposure when officers detained Allen after stopping his truck Monday afternoon.

According to the affidavit, a man driving a black pickup truck exposed himself in front of a woman.

The complainant then called 911.

A review of surveillance video shows a suspect in a black pickup truck in the same location as the victim when the complaint was filed. However, that man was not Allen nor was it his truck, authorities now say.

According to the State Attorney, Allen was mistakenly identified as the suspect when he was detained.

State Attorney Steve Russell said in a statement: "After reviewing the case and situation, Mr. Nate Allen should be commended for his patience, cooperation, and understanding. Further the victim should be commended for her cooperation and willingness to report the offense."
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Baltimore Ravens player driving 100 in 55 mph zone arrested for DWI
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Victor Hampton, 22, is facing DWI, speeding, reckless driving and open container charges.

Investigators said a trooper clocked a convertible Camaro traveling 100 mph in a 55 mph zone on Interstate 77 near Westinghouse Boulevard at approximately 12:26 a.m. The trooper initiated his emergency equipment, and the Camaro was stopped about two miles down the interstate, near Arrowood Road.

Investigators said as the trooper approached the Camaro, he observed two passengers attempting to hide firearms under the front passenger seat.

Hampton is listed as a cornerback for the Baltimore Ravens. The former University of South Carolina Gamecock signed with the NFL team earlier this year.
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Investigators said they cited the right front seat passenger for possession of marijuana and carrying a concealed weapon. The right rear passenger was also charged with carrying a concealed weapon.
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