Former NBA Player Iman Shumpert Arrested in Texas for Cannabis Possession

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In 2018, Los Angeles International Airport changed its policy to allow cannabis possession at the airport—but not on an actual flight. However, police told him no, and arrested him for felony possession instead. Many airports in legal states have loosened restrictions for cannabis possession. Former NBA athlete Iman Shumpert, known for playing on teams such as the New York Knicks, Cleveland Cavaliers, Sacramento Kings, Houston Rockets, and Brooklyn Nets, and also the Dancing With the Stars Season 30 champion was arrested for cannabis possession last week while traveling. In Texas, recreational cannabis is illegal and medical cannabis is only permitted under specific circumstances.

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Former NBA athlete Iman Shumpert, known for playing on teams such as the New York Knicks, Cleveland Cavaliers, Sacramento Kings, Houston Rockets, and Brooklyn Nets, and also the Dancing With the Stars Season 30 champion was arrested for cannabis possession last week while traveling.

Shumpert was in possession of 6.2 ounces of cannabis in his luggage on July 30 while going through security at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) on his way to Los Angeles. According to the Associated...

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