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Police: O.J. Mayo cited on marijuana charge

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By Travis Hubbard, The (Huntington, W.Va) Herald-Dispatch

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Huntington High school basketball star O.J. Mayo was one of four young males cited for misdemeanor possession of marijuana late Friday night, according to Cabell County Sheriff's Deputy Doug Adams.

Adams, who was working in a Cabell County Sheriff's drug task force unit assigned to serve a search warrant at a house on the 2200 block of 10th Avenue, said a suspicious car was pulled over with Mayo inside.

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"This was unrelated, but the car kept circling the area and was stopped," Adams said. "Along with Mayo, there were three other people in the car. The driver had a small amount of marijuana on him, and in the back of the car in a spare set of shoes was more marijuana."

Inside the car were three adult men and one juvenile. Mayo, the 19-year-old Huntington High senior hoops star, was seated in the front passenger seat of the car that Adams described as a Cadillac.


Well, at least one of the nations best high school basketball players gets driven to his dope buys in a Cadillac... clearly, he's ready for the NBA.

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