Clemson player arrested

Chalmers, of Greenwood, charged with possessing drugs

A report said Clemson freshman football player Kaleb Teshawn Chalmers was arrested Monday and released from custody Tuesday on charges that drugs were found in his possession when his vehicle was searched in Clinton.

Chalmers, 18, of 116 Ashwood St., Greenwood, is a freshman defensive back for the Tigers and played in the 2014 Shrine Bowl out of Greenwood High School. He is accused of having a quantity of marijuana, found in the groin area of his shorts, and with unlawful possession of 5 Vyvanse capsules and 1 Alprazolam pill when his vehicle was searched Monday night on Peachtree Street.

The charges are possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and unlawful possession of a schedule II controlled substance, a report said.

A report said Chalmers is a freshman defensive back for the Clemson Tigers football team.

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