by Ned Oliver
Commonwealth’s Attorney Michael Herring says he nabbed a “recent offender with star power,” who's agreed to participate in a local anti-drug public service announcement in lieu of community service.
In a press release, the city isn’t forthcoming with clues about who the celebrity offender might be. Instead, the city plans a big reveal at City Hall on Monday.
A good guess might be Redskins rookie Bashaud Breeland. Police charged him with possession of marijuana in a gas station parking lot the night before the team’s training camp ended this summer.
The city says it will use the public service announcement in city schools.