L.A. Lakers player Alex Caruso arrested in Texas for pot possession 06/23/2021 12:32 pm PDT Comments Brazos County COLLEGE STATION, Texas (TCD) -- Los Angeles Lakers guard Alex Caruso was arrested Tuesday at the Easterwood Airport for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. According to ESPN, Caruso was about to board a plane at the airport, which is on Texas A&M University property. Caruso graduated Texas A&M in 2016. Texas A&M Police Lt. Bobby Richardson told ESPN a TSA agent searched Caruso's bag and discovered an herb grinder containing marijuana. Caruso was arrested and booked into Brazos County Jail on charges of possession of less than 2 ounces of marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia. Brazos County Jail records show he was released on $4,200 bond and paid a fine of $552. Brazos County Caruso was booked on a Class B misdemeanor (<2 oz). According to arrest records he was booked, posted bail and released.— Ramona Shelburne (@ramonashelburne) June 23, 2021 @ramonashelburne Caruso joined the Los Angeles Lakers in 2017. The Lakers organization did not immediately release a statement about Caruso's arrest. MORE: Los Angeles Lakers guard Alex Caruso arrested in Texas for marijuana possession - ESPNAlex Caruso arrested at Easterwood airport on marijuana charges - KBTXRamona Shelburne TwitterBrazos County Jail Record Search #LosAngeles #Texas Related Stories Minor-league Cubs pitcher arrested with 21 pounds of suspected meth in car Ex-Lakers coach Byron Scott's Hermosa Beach home burglarized of $200K in items: Police K.C. football player arrested in L.A. with submachine gun in car, police say Woman accused of killing friend with eyedrops; Football player arrested in Tinder 'catfish' murder - TCDPOD Ex-NFL player kills 6 and himself; Attorney and lover accused of killing client’s girlfriend - TCDPOD 5 shot to death at South Carolina residence; former NFL player suspected Retired Chicago Bear arrested in murder of Phoenix man Florida mom made toddler smoke pot to eat, sleep better: Sheriff Man serving 90-year marijuana sentence released from prison Texas jeweler’s son, accomplice sentenced to 35 years in murder-for-hire plot Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.