Marijuana shipped to Bengals' players home from NorCal
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- It's an interception involving two NFL players but it didn't happen on the football field.
California narcotics agents tracked a shipment of marijuana from Northern California to a suburban Kentucky home where one of the players lives.
Cincinnati Bengals teammates Jerome Simpson and Anthony Collins were at Simpson's home when a package with two and a half pounds of pot arrived at the house. The two players and another man were questioned but no arrests were made.
According to police... investigators found six more pounds of marijuana inside the home.
Michelle Gregory, CA Bureau of Narcotics Enforcement said, "The package was delivered there. Law enforcement went into the home to search. They located that and some additional pounds of marijuana and other items like that."
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