Buffalo News: Bills running back Marshawn Lynch pleaded...

Buffalo News: Bills running back Marshawn Lynch pleaded guilty to
a misdemeanor count of carrying a gun in his vehicle and was
sentenced to three years probation. The charges were in connection
to a February 11 incident when Lynch was reportedly discovered
with a loaded firearm while sitting with two other men inside a
parked car in Culver City, Calif. According to the Buffalo News,
two other misdemeanor counts against Lynch - one for carrying a
loaded firearm and one for carrying an unregistered firearm - were
dropped. Along with the three years of probation, Lynch was also
ordered to do 80 hours of community service. "Today we learned of
Marshawn's guilty plea to the misdemeanor violation," the Bills
said in a statement. "He has accepted responsibility for his
actions and apologized for his mistake. The league is now
reviewing the matter under the NFL Personal Conduct Policy."

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