Today's GO GATAH news comes to us from Adam Silverstein of Only Gators Get Out Alive. Take it away, Adam!
One of five former Gators back in Gainesville, FL this spring taking classes in pursuit of their college degree, defensive end Jarvis Moss saw his semester start off on the wrong foot. Moss late Monday night was arrested and charged with a felony for tampering with evidence as well as a misdemeanor for possession of less than 20 grams of cannabis after he was stopped near 900 NW 7th Ave in Gainesville. He was initially pulled over for running a stop sign, but the arresting officer smelled "a strong odor of ‘fresh' cannabis coming from the vehicle" and "observed the defendant chewing intently." Upon asking Moss to open his mouth, he identified "large pieces of cannabis ... that he was trying to swallow." Additionally, according to the police report, Moss "denied eating cannabis" after being read his Miranda rights but "did admit to smoking cannabis earlier."
Wait a second ...
- Moving violation
- Trying to eat drugs
IT'S THE FLORIDA SUPERFECTA