Florida State running back Khalan Laborn, who redshirted this season due to injury, was arrested in November for possession of marijuana.
The arrest occurred after police noticed a smell marijuana coming from his car and searched Laborn’s vehicle.
According to a probable cause affidavit from Florida’s second judicial court, FSU Police pulled over a car that was driving down Gaines Street without headlights on at approximately 1:30 in the morning on Nov. 19. The officer identified Laborn as the driver and noticed the smell of marijuana coming from the car while speaking to Laborn about why he was pulled over. Another FSU student, Joshua Brown, was in the car with Laborn according to the affidavit.
The officer put both Laborn and Brown in handcuffs and seated them on a nearby sidewalk while searching the car. During the search, the officer found a glass jar containing marijuana in a backpack that also had Laborn’s wallet and identification card.
Laborn was arrested for possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana and was issued a notice to appear in court before both Laborn and Brown were taken out of handcuffs and released from the scene, per the affidavit.
Laborn is a five star recruit who is expected to see playing time in 2019. He’ll need to stay out of trouble in order to do that.