EATON, Ohio (AP) — The Ohio marijuana possession case involving an Indianapolis Colts running back has been continued while authorities wait for crime lab results.
A municipal court judge in Eaton on Wednesday rescheduled a pretrial conference for Ahmad (AH'-mahd) Bradshaw to April 8. Bradshaw pleaded not guilty to the misdemeanor charge after being stopped this month by state troopers on a western Ohio interstate.
A Super Bowl player while with the New York Giants, Bradshaw becomes a free agent in March after signing one-year contracts with the Colts the last two years.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol said the 28-year-old Bradshaw was stopped for a traffic violation on Interstate 70 on Feb. 5. A trooper said he found 1.5 grams of marijuana in the vehicle and sent some unidentified substances to the patrol's crime lab.