Anyone who’s ever had the opportunity to enjoy the college experience on campus, can remember that one residential Adviser that no one could stand.
It seems that Georgia safety Joshua Harvey-Clemons has found his. Harvey-Clemons has been suspended for the season opener, and possibly more, after a residential adviser alerted the police after he smelled weed coming from his floor according to the Atlanta Journal Constitution.
Harvey-Clemons and former teammate Ty Flournoy-Smith then admitted to police that they “smoked a blunt.”
Police were given consent to search the residence and no marijuana was found. Flournoy-Smith and Harvey-Clemons were said to have “exhibited signs of marijuana ingestion,” because they looked high, and they had blood-shot eyes and dilated pupils.
After questioning, the players admitted they had “smoked a blunt,” police said.
During the search, police found a digital scale in one of Flournoy-Smith drawers and a plastic bag was located in a bathroom trash can that contained “a barely visible flake of possible marijuana.”
Police advised the two men that there was “no physical evidence to support prosecution” on marijuana possession charges.