Former American football linebacker Rolando McClain is having great inconvenience again as he has been arrested again in Alabama, as confirmed by TMZ Sports.
Rolando McClain was carrying a pistol without license and a bag of marijuana
The ex-Dallas Cowboys player last played in the NFL in the 2015 season. According to the Moulton Police Department, on Saturday around 9:30 PM the 33-year-old was stopped in a white 2022 Mercedes.
The law enforcement officers mentioned McClain was going 70 in a 55 MPH zone. The police stated that they smelled an odor of marijuana that arose from his car during the stop eventually.
At the time they got McClain out of the ride, he claimed there was a pistol inside the vehicle that did not belong to him according to cops. Later the police say they discovered
McClain did not possess a license to carry a hidden weapon.
The cops also said during the search of McClain’s car, they found a pouch of chewing tobacco that they say also had a separate bag of marijuana in it. The passenger in the car, Detrick Mostello along with McClain were then arrested as police said.
McClain was reserved with charges of speeding, possession of a concealed weapon without a license, and the offense of unlawful possession of marijuana. While Mostello was booked on the same charge of misdemeanor unlawful possession of marijuana. Shortly, both men bailed out after they were booked.
This is not the first time that McClain was confronted with the Alabama law as we remember in 2017 he was also arrested and then booked for possession of marijuana and carrying a concealed weapon.
McClain was a first round pick in the NFL Draft in 2010. He played five seasons in the league- three for the Raiders and two for the Cowboys and in total piled up a career tackle of 407.