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Former Chicago Bears first-round draft pick David Terrell was charged with felony drug charges of manufacturing or delivery of cannabis and a misdemeanor count of battery, according to John Mirabelli of the Chicago Police Department.
Officers received a call of smoking marijuana on Friday afternoon and conducted an interview with Terrell, according to the police report. Cannabis scales and equipment to package were in plain view.
At one point Terrell struck the hand of an officer and was taken into custody, according to the report. A second officer was taken to a hospital for medical attention after Terrell tried to resist arrest.
Terrell has already been in trouble with the law before, after being charged with domestic battery in April of 2012. right now he is just charged and not convicted but it sounds like Terrell needs better post NFL hobbies than pushing weight.
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