Bengals receiver Tyler Boyd charged after vape pen, THC found in car – The Cannabist

Published: Oct 6, 2017, 1:43 pm • Updated: Oct 6, 2017, 1:43 pm

PITTSBURGH — Cincinnati Bengals receiver Tyler Boyd was charged Thursday with owning a vape pen containing the active ingredient in marijuana that police say was found when his friend crashed the NFL player’s vehicle in July.

Boyd, 22, who starred at the University of Pittsburgh after a stellar career at suburban Clairton High School, lent his car to a friend who crashed it about 3 a.m. on July 12, Jefferson Hills police said in a criminal complaint filed Wednesday.

Police found an open bottle of cognac and an unopened bottle of peach vodka in the Mercedes Benz, along with two vape pens and several unopened vape cartridges containing THC, the complaint said.

Boyd told police in an interview two days later that he had loaned the car to a friend who was to drive to the Rivers Casino in Pittsburgh, then return to pick up Boyd elsewhere in Pittsburgh later. When that didn’t happen and the friend didn’t return

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