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Leon Orr is a defensive tackle for the Florida Gators and was arrested last week. This is the ninth arrest under the Will Muschamp era under the Florida Gators. Orr is only a sophomore at the University of Florida. He was served a notice to appear on two marijuana-related charges. The police report describes January 10th, a University Police Department (UPD) officer searched Orr’s dorm room in the Keys Complex which is right by Ben Hill Griffin Stadium otherwise known as The Swamp.Leon Orr consented to the search and a “baggy of green leafy substance, a glass pipe and rolling papers” was found on Orr’s desk. Orr was read his rights. Maybe it’s time to lay off of Urban Meyer for the string of Gator arrests guys?[H/T @Tomas_Verde]
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Florida defensive tackle Leon Orr has been arrested for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
Orr was cited Jan. 10 after a University Police Department officer searched his dorm room and found a ''baggy of a green leafy substance, a glass pipe and rolling papers'' on his desk and bedside table, according to a police report.
The substance was confirmed...
Florida defensive tackle Leon Orr received a charge related to marijuana and a notice to appear from the University Police Department on January 10.
Florida defensive tackle Leon Orr has been arrested for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. Orr was cited Jan. 10 after a University Police Department officer searched his dorm room and found a "baggy of a green leafy substance, a glass pipe and rolling papers" on his desk and bedside table, according to a police report.
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