Aaron Jones Arrested in October on Multiple Charges, Admitted Smoking Marijuana

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Green Bay Packers rookie running back Aaron Jones was arrested on October 1 and charged with operating with a restricted controlled substance, operating without a valid license and speeding.

Days prior to making his first National Football League start, Green Bay Packers running back Aaron Jones was arrested.

According to the report, Jones was pulled over on Highway 172 at around noon after by a state trooper who said he was driving 79 mph in a 55 mile-per-hour zone.

When the state trooper approached Jones on the driver's side, he noted the smell of marijuana coming from the auto. A search of the vehicle did not produce any narcotics or paraphernalia. Jones told Larson he had smoked three hours prior while eating breakfast.

A second trooper arrived on the scene and Jones was asked to exit his vehicle to participate in a few standardized field sobriety tests, per the report.

"I spoke to Aaron after the incident", McCarthy said. It's been a while.

Jones, 22, pleaded not guilty to three charges: operating with a restricted controlled substance, speeding in a 55 miles per hour zone and operating without a valid license. Aware of the situation. The final pre-trial hearing is scheduled for February.

Jones was placed under arrest for operating with a restricted controlled substance. In college, he was arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated.

He finished a pretrial program that included classes and drug and alcohol tests, which resulted in the charges being dropped.

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