SPORTS NOW: Nick Marshall reportedly cited for marijuana possession

A Macon television station reports that Auburn quarterback Nick Marshall was cited Friday afternoon for possessing less than an ounce of marijuana in Reynolds, which is in Taylor County.

WMAZ reports that according to Reynolds police Chief Lonnie Holder, Marshall was pulled over at 1:19 p.m. Friday for having a tinted windshield. He then was cited for a window-tint violation and possession of less than one ounce of marijuana — a violation of a city ordinance.

The station reported that Marshall was driving on Ga. 96 in Reynolds, which is located about midway between Macon and Columbus.

Marshall was not arrested, Holder reportedly told WMAZ.

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