Show Harrell facing serious drug charges after being deported to Kentucky.

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Montreal Harrell, a Charlotte Hornets elder, is facing serious drug charges after being captured by a Kentucky soldier last month, as first reported. Roderick Bone of the Charlotte Observer. The incident happened on May 12, when Harrell was pulled over and confessed to possessing marijuana. Three pounds of marijuana were found in vacuum sealed bags in a bag in the back seat. Harrell claims that the car, a 2020 Honda pilot, was rented.

For the first time in Kentucky, possession of marijuana between eight ounces and five points is a Class-D offense for offenders. It carries a fine of between $ 1,000- $ 10,000 and imprisonment for between 1-5 years.

Hornets has not commented on the situation. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.

After spending the first half of the season with the Harrell Washington Wizards, Charlotte reached the trade deadline. He was traded there by the Los Angeles Lakers, who signed him as a free agent in the 2020 off-season. Harrell’s contract is about to expire, making him an unlimited free agent this off-season.

Harrell performed well in Washington and Charlotte, averaging 13.1 points in 71 games played with both teams. It did not say how the allegations would affect its independent agency or how long it would take for the situation to be resolved.