Florida wide receiver Antonio Callaway was cited for marijuana possession Saturday, the Tampa Bay Times reported, citing Alachua County, Florida court records.
The Times reported that Gainesville police pulled over Callaway and another man early Saturday morning for a seat-belt violation. The odor of marijuana was detected and seven grams of the substance was found on Callaway in a search.
The police report said another 4-5 grams were found in the car.
"Coach McElwain is aware of it and it is being dealt with," UF spokesman Steve McClain on Callaway being cited for marijuana possession.
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The court case has been set for June 6.
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