Packers’ Aaron Jones
Pleads No Contest in Weed Case
… License Revoked
2/28/2018 12:17 PM PST
Packers running back Aaron Jones just got punished for his October arrest — driving while high on weed — and it’s gonna cost him driving privileges for 6 months.
Jones was initially pulled over in Green Bay on Oct. 1 for going 79 mph in a 55. During the stop, the officer smelled weed.
And after Jones bombed a field sobriety test, he admitted on camera “I was smoking it.”
The 23-year-old was initially charged with operating a vehicle with a restricted controlled substance, speeding and operating without a valid license. In exchange for pleading no contest to the weed charge, the remaining 2 charges were dropped.
Along with losing his license, Jones will have to pay a $1,047 fine and undergo drug assessments to make sure he doesn’t mess up again.
Don’t smoke and drive people.