Details on Jarret Stoll drug case emerge in arrest report

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Details on Jarret Stoll drug case emerge in arrest report
Details on Jarret Stoll drug case emerge in arrest report

The arrest report of Jarret Stoll for suspicion of possession of cocaine and Ecstasy was released Monday. And according to details in a story from the Los Angeles Times, it does not sound good for the Kings forward and pending unrestricted free agent.

Stoll, who was arrested Friday in Las Vegas at the Wet Republic pool at the MGM Grand, “consented to a voluntary pat-down upon entrance” to the pool per the Times.

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The security guard, according to the report, “found an off-white powder in two pink baggies, small baggies, he recognized as contraband, also a clear plastic baggie containing numerous gel-caps with an off-white powder inside the caps.”

The baggies were found “in the right, back pocket of Stoll's swimsuit shorts.”

Also per the Times:

A field test identified the off-white powder as cocaine, weighing 3.3 grams, according to the report. The gel-caps weighed 8.1 grams.

The police officer said he asked Stoll if the powder was cocaine and Stoll answered, “Yes,” according to the report. The gel-caps were seized pending chemical analysis.

The story also says that because of his arrest, Stoll was immediately referred to the NHL and NHLPA joint Substance abuse and Behavioral Health program. It notes criminal charges for Stoll are pending toxicology results on the drugs according to the Clark County district attorney. If they come back positive he will face felony charges of drug possession.

And one more interesting detail … his pending hearing for the case is set for July 1 – the same day the 32-year-old is supposed to hit unrestricted free agency.

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