A drug possession charge against Cleveland Browns’ Antonio Callaway has been dropped.
According to court records out of Berea, Callaway pleaded guilty to speeding, and driving with a suspended license. He received a one-year monitored probation.
He was ordered to pay fines totaling about $800.
This stems from a Strongsville traffic stop in August in which, according to a police report, officers said they found a small amount of marijuana under the driver’s seat. At the time, he was cited for possession of marijuana but, once again, that charge has been dropped.
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