Previous NBA player Glen Davis catched on drug charges. Police tell previous National Basketball Association player Glen “large Baby” Davis was catched in a Maryland hotel final 30 days on drug possession & distribution charges.
WMAR-Television in Baltimore announced which Davis was catched Feb. seven at a Hampton Inn in Aberdeen.
Davis was catched & later indicted on seven counts of drug possession & distribution.
Davis’ attorney said the previous player adamantly maintains his innocence & looks forward to clearing his name in court of law.
Davis, a star player at LSU, went on to play for the Boston Celtics, Orlando Magic & LA Clippers.
Previous National Basketball Association player Glen Davis ‘large Baby’ catched on drug charges in Aberdeen
ABERDEEN -Glen “large Baby” Davis, previous National Basketball Association player best known for his role on the 2008 championship Boston Celtics, was catched at a Hampton Inn in Aberdeen final 30 days.
According to court of law records, the hotel owner smelled marijuana coming from Davis’ room on February seventh.
The strains were called “Sour D” & “Berry,” all from a Los Angeles wholesaler court of law records display Davis told police he was in business by.
Aberdeen Police tell it was during the booking process while it became apparent who Davis is in the sports world.
Glen “large Baby” Davis is due in a Bel Air courtroom early following 30 days.
Previous National Basketball Association player Ronald Davis catched at Aberdeen hotel by marijuana, $91K in cash
As informed in (WBFF) — previous National Basketball Association player Ronald Glen “large Baby” Davis was found guilty by possession of marijuana in early February after refusing to leave an Aberdeen hotel.
Police tell officers were dispatched to the Hampton Inn in Aberdeen at around six p.m. on Feb. seven for a guest who refused to leave a room.
Hotel management told the officers which the 2nd floor of the hotel smelled of marijuana & they were enable to of pinpoint the room responsible for the odor.
Hotel management said they knocked on the door to evict the guests however a guest inside the room cursed the employee & refused to unlock the door.
Management then gave officers permission to get in the room to evict the guests.
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