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Robert Turbin arrested for possession of marijuana

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Indianapolis Colts running back Robert Turbin was arrested on suspicion of marijuana possesion, Logan City Police Capt. Curtis Hooley confirmed to NFL Media on Wednesday.

Turbin was pulled over for a stop sign violation at approximately 11:20 p.m. MT and while stopped, the officer smelled burnt marijuana coming from the vehicle, Hooley said. A single marijuana cigarette was located in the vehicle and Turbin was issued a citation for the misdemeanor charge of possession, Hooley stated.

Turbin has two weeks from the time he was issued the citation to contact the court.

Turbin bounced around the league in 2015 after being waived by the Seahawks on an injury settlement. The five-year veteran signed with the Cleveland Browns before being cut after three games and joining the Dallas Cowboys.

In 10 games between the two teams, Turbin rushed for 199 yards and one touchdown on 50 carries, and caught five passes for 15 yards. Turbin has rushed for 1,127 yards and one touchdown in his career.

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