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Marshawn Lynch Arrested

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  • #76
    Don't know if anyone saw this, but Gerald Sensabaugh got in some trouble too.
    Guns were found in Sensabaugh's possession during Friday's arrest as well. According to police, he had a Bersa 380, an International Arms AK-47 and a Glock 22 in the car. But jail officials say this time Sensabaugh was not charged for having guns in his car.

    According to Lunsford, he had a carry permit this time.
    Marshawn is just a moron for not having his piece registered and licensed.


    • #77
      marshawn is awesome no matter what happens!
      Last edited by bored of education; 02-17-2009, 06:26 PM.
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      • #78
        Posted by Mike Florio on February 17, 2009, 10:34 p.m. EST
        As it turns out, a gun wasn’t the only thing found in a vehicle with Bills running back Marshawn Lynch.

        According to WGRZ-TV, police searched the black Mercedes in which Lynch and two others were sitting on February 11 because, after a window was rolled down, authorities smelled marijuana.

        And four blunts were found in the vehicle.

        Regardless of whether the gun charge creates issues for Lynch as it relates to his employment in the NFL, the marijuana angle will trigger trouble under the substance abuse policy. If Lynch isn’t already in the program, the incident likely will be sufficient to trigger entry into Stage One.

        If he’s already at one of the various stages of the program, the incident could move him to the next level, triggering a potential fine or suspension.

        Meanwhile, Tim Graham of (whose own employment has yet to be jeopardized by citing us in a recent article) reports that Culver City, California police remain confident that Lynch will be charged with illegal firearm possession.

        “When we make an arrest, we believe it to be justified,” Culver City Police Lt. Dean Williams told Graham.

        cred 2 BoneKrusher



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