MINNEAPOLIS — Minnesota Vikings running Roc Thomas was charged with felony drug possession after Dakota County police found 143.28 g of bud from his Mendota Heights, Minnesota, apartment in January.

Based on a police report, a search warrant has been issued by local authorities after the management of the apartment building received complaints coming from Thomas’ apartment. Police hunted Thomas’ residence on Jan. 16 and detected multiple glass containers and jars holding suspected marijuana and bud wax. Officers found $15,802 next to the bed in the master bedroom in profit the night-stands.

Based on the complaint, Thomas, 23, told officials that the bud in his apartment was to get their use, not available. The running back has been arrested and charged with felony possession. He’s scheduled to appear in court March 16.

KSTP-TV was to report that the charges against the second year running-back .

Thomas, Jacksonville State product and a former Auburn, combined the Vikings in May 2018 as a free agent. After fourteen days to the roster, Thomas was waived and re signed on Minnesota’s practice group.

With Latavius Murray likely to leave in free service, the Vikings will want to find a copy for Dalvin Cook. Thomas and Mike Boone, who signed with Minnesota being a undrafted last May, were expected to compete for the No. 2 spot behind Cook that offseason.

“We’re aware of the charges filed against Roc Thomas and have voiced our disappointment directly to Roc for his activities,” a statement by the Vikings read. “We will respect both legal procedure and that the ’s disciplinary procedure.”

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