MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -Minnesota Vikings safety Dwight Smith pleaded guilty to obstructing traffic and a charge of possessing marijuana was dismissed.
Smith's attorney, David Valentini, said Tuesday that the player paid a $200 fine after pleading guilty to the petty misdemeanor Jan. 31,
The marijuana charge was also a petty misdemeanor.
Police cited Smith in December, saying he had a small amount of marijuana in his car outside a downtown Minneapolis strip club.
In August 2006, Smith was cited for indecent conduct with a woman in a downtown Minneapolis stairwell. In 2003, when he played for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Smith pleaded guilty to pulling a gun on a motorist.

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