HOBOKEN, N.J. (AP) - Tennessee Titans receiver Kenny Britt has
been arrested again in New Jersey, a day after appearing in court
on traffic charges.
Police say the former Rutgers star was arrested at a Hoboken car
wash Wednesday and charged with resisting arrest after two
plainclothes officers suspected he was carrying a marijuana cigar.
Hoboken Detective Sgt. Sam Williams says the officers were in
line to pay when they detected the smell of marijuana and tried to
arrest Britt. He allegedly resisted and tried to dispose of the
cigar, which wasn't found.
Britt was released on his own recognizance. The Associated Press
left a telephone message for his attorney Thursday afternoon.
Britt pleaded guilty Tuesday to separate motor vehicle
violations related to an April arrest on speeding charges in his
hometown of Bayonne.
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