Browns’ Armonty Bryant indicted on felony drug charges

Browns linebacker Armonty Bryant was indicted on felony drug charges Tuesday stemming from a Christmas Day arrest.
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Browns linebacker Armonty Bryant was indicted on felony drug charges Tuesday stemming from a Christmas Day arrest.

According to court documents, Bryant was indicted on two counts of felony drug possession after police found Adderall and a concealed handgun in his car with no permit during a traffic stop in December. He was traveling with De’Ante Saunders, who was released from the Browns’ practice squad following the arrest.

Police also discovered marijuana, oxycodone and one other gun in the car.

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The incident marks the third time that Bryant has been in trouble with the law in the past four years. In 2012, he was placed on five years of probation after he was caught selling marijuana in a parking lot when he was at East Central University in Oklahoma. After he was drafted by the Browns in 2013, he was cited for a DUI near the school.

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