TMZ Sports is the first to report that he admitted using the untraceable drug. Coleman, who is legally deaf, was arrested for vehicular assault and hit and run in Bellevue, Washington.
After the crash, he allegedly left the scene of the crash. The other driver in the accident sustained serious injuries, according to the police.
TMZ Sports has received a 102-page report from the investigation. In the report, the authorities say that Coleman admitted he was smoking spice.
He reportedly also had a lighter, a glass spoon pipe with residue on it and an opened bag of synthetic weed — which was labeled “F’d Up!”
He also had three unopened bags of a strain called “Mad Pitbulls.”
While he admitted to using drugs, the authorities said they his blood test came back negative for marijuana. But, they’ve admitted that they didn’t drawn his blood until several hours after the crash.
According to the authorities, his agent reportedly told the cops that he had “issues” at practice earlier before the accident. He also had to be helped out of his vehicle.
But when the authorities looked at video from the Seahawks facility the day of the crash, he walked normally to his car.
Besides the drugs, in the report, it notes that they also found two knives in his car. Also, there was a thigh strap for one of the knives.,
Another interesting thing … cops say Coleman’s agent told cops the NFL player had “issues” at practice earlier in the day and had to be helped to his vehicle.
There was also THC hard candy — edibles — and watermelon ribbon edibles, according to the report. Also, there were eye drops.
TMZ Sports said that the report was sent to King County Prosecuting Attorney, who recommended that he be charged with feeling hit and run and vehicular assault. But no drug charges were mentioned.
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