Former LSU basketball star Glen Davis reportedly has run into trouble.
Davis was arrested in February after 126 grams of marijuana were recovered from Davis’ hotel room in Aberdeen, Md., WMAR-TV’s Brian Kuebler reported on Friday.
In addition, authorities found a briefcase containing $92,164 “along with a ledger that contained language which is consistent with someone involved in the sale and distribution of narcotics,” William Reiber of the Aberdeen Police Department told Kuebler. The ledger included names of people who allegedly owed Davis money, per Kuebler.
According to court records cited by Kuebler, an odor of marijuana was detected from Davis’ room on Feb. 7, and the owner of the hotel heard someone say “F*@# off!” inside the room in response to knocking on Davis’ door. Police responded and Davis “gave signed consent to search his room,” per Kuebler.
Davis’ lawyer told Kuebler that Davis “maintains his innocence” and looks forward to his day in court. Davis is scheduled to appear in court in Bel Air, Md., early next month.
Davis averaged 16.7 points and 9.6 rebounds per game with LSU, before beginning an NBA career. He averaged 8 points and 4.4 rebounds per game during an NBA career that included stops with the Boston Celtics, Orlando Magic and Los Angeles Clippers from 2007-15.
Davis won an NBA title with the Celtics in 2008.