Mikel Leshoure is set for a walk-in arraignment on Monday, as previously reported. Now, there's some more information regarding the charge, which is possession of marijuana -- his second offense -- courtesy of WXYZ.com. As it turns out, it's his second offense less-than a month apart from his first offense (though he's not quite on par with Ryan Leaf just yet).
Leshoure was cited in Berrien County on March 12 for this second offense, less-than a month after the first, when he was stopped in Benton Township on Feb. 18. He plead guilty on March 1 and paid a fine of $485. Due to how close together these charges are, it's possible that Leshoure gets a less-favorable result than his first charge, but it's still not likely to be anything huge, though the Lions have yet to comment on the situation.
For some details of a different kind, look no further than Dave Brikett on Twitter, who notes just what happened when Leshoure was pulled over and cited on March 12:
He was a passenger in a car this time, pulled over March 12. Chief of police I spoke to said Leshoure tried to eat the weed to avoid charge— Dave Birkett (@davebirkett) April 2, 2012
That's right -- Leshoure tried to eat all of the marijuana he had on him, though it's unknown as of now just how much that is. He certainly isn't the first and won't be the last person to try and do that, but it's always worth noting when someone does something like that.
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