Former NBA player Glen Davis was arrested last month for possession and distribution of narcotics at a Hampton Inn in Maryland, according to ABC News.
Court records indicate the hotel owner smelled marijuana coming from Davis’ room, and, upon knocking, the owner was told to “f—- off”, according to ABC. Law enforcement then searched his room and found several grams of marijuana and nearly $100,000 in cash.
“They recovered 126 grams of marijuana,” Aberdeen Police Lieutenant William Reiber said, “In addition to that there was a brief case that contained 92,164 dollars of U.S. currency along with a ledger that contained language which is consistent with someone involved in the sale and distribution of narcotics.”
Following from ABC News:
The ledger was of names of people of who owed money along with baggies for individual packaging of a quarter pound of marijuana.
The strains were called “Sour D” and “Berry,” all from a Los Angeles wholesaler court records show Davis told police he was in business with.
It all resulted Davis’ arrest followed by an indictment weeks later on seven counts of drug possession and distribution.
Davis will appear in Bell Air courtroom in early April, according to the report. His lawyer adamantly stated Davis is innocent.