WACO, TX -- The McLennan District Attorney will not pursue marijuana possession and evidence tampering charges against Baylor sophomore wide receiver Robbie Rhodes.
Rhodes' attorney Jonathan Sibley confirmed to KCEN Sports that there will be no charges filed on either count and the case has been dismissed.
Sibley says Rhodes has taken multiple drug tests over the past seven months and none of them returned with a positive result including two days prior to his arrest back in early May. Those results were enough to convince the District Attorney to not pursue any of the charges against Rhodes.
Rhodes was originally pulled over for failing to signal a lane change. He was later arrested after the officer who pulled him over smelled marijuana coming from the car and later found marijuana in the car.
The McLennan District Attorney could not be reached for comment.