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Mike Scott
Mike Scott
Position: F
Born: 07/16/88
Height: 6-8 / 2.03
Weight:237 lbs. / 107.5 kg.
Salary: $3,333,333
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Mike Scott has an arraignment date of July 12 stemming from his arrest on felony drug charges last year. A notice of arraignment filed with the Banks County Superior Court calls for an 8:30 a.m. hearing on the date. At that time, Scott will be formally advised of the charges against him and will be asked to enter a plea. A notice of accusation was filed by the Banks County District Attorney’s office against Scott, the Hawks forward, on May 26.
Storyline: Mike Scott Case
Scott faces up to 25 years in prison on the two felony drug charges. He was arrested, along with his younger brother, on July 30 after a traffic stop along Interstate 85 in Homer. In the vehicle, police found 35.2 grams of marijuana and 10.9 grams of Schedule I drug MDMA, known as Molly. The charge on the MDMA carries a sentence of up to 15 years. The charge on the marijuana carries a sentence of up to 10 years, according to Georgia statutes. The drugs were sent to an independent lab for verification and the results have been returned to the District Attorney’s office ahead of the filing of the notice of accusation.
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Prosecutors in Banks County, Ga., have filed a notice of accusation against Atlanta Hawks forward Mike Scott after police found marijuana and MDMA in his car during a traffic stop last July. In essence, that means they are charging him with two counts of felony drug possession, though he has yet to be arraigned on the charges and can waive his right to do so. According to a Banks County Sheriff’s Office report that was reviewed by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, deputies attempted to stop a Chevy Tahoe driven by Scott’s brother Antonn for following too closely to other vehicles on the morning of July 30, 2015. Antonn Scott failed to pull over and eventually reached 98 mph, traveling two miles on Interstate 85 before finally pulling to the side of the road. Mike Scott, a passenger, told police there was marijuana in the car and that any drugs found belonged to him. Police eventually discovered 35.2 grams of marijuana (a little more than an ounce) and 10.9 grams of MDMA and arrested Scott.
Storyline: Mike Scott Case
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A notice of accusation has been filed by the Banks County District Attorney’s office against Hawks forward Mike Scott following his arrest on felony drug charges in July. Such a notice is a formal criminal charge against a person alleged to have committed an offense punishable by law which is presented before a court. No arraignment date has been set for Scott, who could waive his right to the hearing. The case was not presented to a grand jury.
Storyline: Mike Scott Case
Scott faces up to 25 years in prison on two felony drug charges. He was arrested, along with his younger brother, on July 30 after a traffic stop along I-85 in Homer. In the vehicle, police found 35.2 grams of marijuana and 10.9 grams of Schedule I drug MDMA, known as Molly. The charge on the MDMA carries a sentence of up to 15 years. The charge on the marijuana carries a sentence of up to 10 years, according to Georgia statutes. The drugs were sent to an independent lab for verification and the results have been returned to the District Attorney’s office ahead of the filing of the notice of accusation.