According to a report, Mississippi guard Marshall Henderson's recent traffic stop in which he was found in possession of marijuana and cocaine was not his first brush with law enforcement.
In the weeks prior to the May 4 incident that came to light on Thursday, Henderson had two previous run-ins with police in Oxford, Miss., in April, according to USA Today.
Police reports obtained by USA Today detailed one instance on April 27 when Oxford Police pulled Henderson over for playing loud music and not wearing a seat belt. The report said the officer threatened to take Henderson to jail when, after receiving citations, he turned his music up just as loud as he pulled away.
In a previous incident on April 4, Oxford Police responded to a noise complaint, according to the report. When he knocked on the door, Henderson answered and identified himself to the officer. The report said the officer left after Henderson said he would turn the music down.
Henderson was suspended indefinitely b...