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Letroy Guion Arrest: New Details from Police Report Released

It appears that this situation was even more serious than we first believed.

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Earlier today, we learned that Packers nose tackle Letroy Guion had been arrested on Tuesday night and charged with a felony: possession of a firearm and marijuana. We're now learning more details about the arrest, and they do not paint a pretty picture for the free agent-to-be.

Several media sources, including Tyler Dunne of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, have obtained the official police report from Tuesday's incident. Here are some of the details:

Frankly, that the gun was registered is about the only "good" thing that happened in this situation. You'll see what I mean as you continue reading.

(Note: as a few people in the comments have pointed out, Florida does not register handguns. This seems to be a gap in the story - we are not sure at this time if the gun is registered in another state that requires it or if this is just a mistake in the report.)

In case you're wondering, 357 grams is equivalent to approximately 0.79 pounds. The amount of marijuana that, under Florida law, escalates a possession charge from a misdemeanor to a felony is 20 grams. In other words, Guion is reported to have had almost 18 times more pot in his possession than that limit.

As a reminder, Guion's contract in 2014 was for approximately $1 million, including his signing bonus, and if he had signed a long-term deal with the Packers, he would probably have been in line for a signing bonus several times greater than the amount of cash he had in the car.

Ouch. That's a big haul. Finally, we have the official charges laid out by the Starke Police Department:

Seeing these details and the seriousness of this situation, it is becoming more and more difficult to imagine a scenario in which Guion returns to Green Bay in the future, especially since he could be facing substantial jail time if convicted on these charges. Stay tuned, and we'll bring you more information as we hear of it.