The charge was dropped Wednesday, a day before his scheduled arraignment, and Alachua County records show the case closed.
Harris' attorney, Huntley Johnson, says his client recently got his driver's license, which led to the dismissal.
According to police, an odor of marijuana emanated from the car and two plastic bags were found inside that appeared to hold a small amount of marijuana. Because the car did not belong to Harris, Tabor or Jackson, police did not charge any of them with possession.
Harris was cited for not having a license.