2/21 Germantown Basketball Player Appears in Court for Pot Case

18 year Dearionte Hudson, one of four members of the Germantown High School boy’s basketball team who were arrested for possession of marijuana and charged with misdemeanor possession of marijuana, made his initial appearance Wednesday in Washington County Circuit Court. Hudson appeared before Circuit Judge James Pouros with attorney his Michael Chernin. Chernin asked for an adjournment to get more information about the case. According to the criminal complaint, on January 23rd, a Germantown police officer stopped a car driven by Hudson. The officer saw several people in the car making suspecious movements and moving inside the car. When the officer approached the car he saw the driver’s side window was down about 5 inches and there was a smell of burnt marijuana and perfume coming from the car. The officer received consent to search the car and he allegedly found a bag underneath the driver’s seat that contained 11 bags of marijuana. He also located a burnt marijuana cigarette under the passenger seat. The officer weighed the large bag that contained the small bags of marijuana and it amounted to 8 grams.  Judge Pouros granted Chernin’s request and adjourned the case to April second.
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Location : Germantown
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