September 13, 2011
Cunningham drug, pellet-gun charges dropped
Based on court documents available on the internet Tuesday, Charlotte Bobcats forward Dante Cunningham will not face charges involving possession of marijuana and a pellet gun in suburban Philadelphia.
Cunningham had a court hearing in the town of Radnor Tuesday afternoon to address charges resulting from an April 29 traffic stop. At the time, he was charged with marijuana possession, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a pellet gun, along with unsafe equipment on his car and disorderly conduct, relating to unreasonable noise.
Tuesday, minutes into his scheduled preliminary hearing, the drug and pellet-gun charges were withdrawn. That could be a major break for Cunningham, in regards to potential discpline from the NBA, regarding drug policy.
The Bobcats made Cunningham a qualifying offer in late June, making him a restricted free agent.
It's unclear what action the NBA still might take, once the lockout is over, regarding Cunningham's arrest.
Court documents regarding Cunningham can be found at:
Posted by Observer Sports on September 13, 2011 at 01:41 PM | Permalink
that dude's truck is ridiculous.
Posted by: charlottean | Sep 13, 2011 3:07:00 PM
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