“The case was settled. Case closed,” Guion’s attorney Seth Katz said. “Letroy’s relieved at this point. He’s relieved it’s behind him and he can focus on getting back to football.”
Guion was pulled over with 357 grams of marijuana, a registered gun and $190,028.81 in cash. Guion has maintained the cash came from football.
LeTroy pleaded out Tuesday and paid a $5,000 fine, as a first-time offender the charges were dismissed. While the charges were dropped, the NFL could still hit Guion with a penalty or suspension.
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