Last year Green Bay Packer Geronimo Allison (who played college football at Illinois) was stopped for speeding on Route 43 near Francis Creek. During this traffic stop trooper Bryan Ashenbrenner of the Wisconsin State Patrol smelled marijuana coming from the rental car.
Allison informed the officer that he was a player for the Green Bay Packers and he denied smoking any marijuana, or having any weed in his car. Allison told the officer that the smell coming from his car was from the night before when other guys were smoking in his car.
Once trooper Ashenbrenner searched the vehicle he found two Backwoods cigars rolled with a green leafy substance that tested positive for THC the main substance found in marijuana.
IN April of 2017 Green Bay Packers receiver Geronimo Allison reached a deal with prosecutors to settle a misdemeanor marijuana possession charge.
Allison will pay $330.50 to settle the charge after it was amended Tuesday to an ordinance violation. WLUK-TV reports he also will be required to complete community service.
In July 2017 the NFL announced that Green Bay Packer Geronimo Allison will face disciplinary action under the NFL’s substance-abuse policy. Allison will be suspended from first game of the year without pay. This is the Seattle game on Sept 10th, 2017. Allison will be available for the active roster on Sept 11th.
Greg Elam –
Content Writer – Windy City Cigars