***UPDATE: TUESDAY, 3:20 P.M.***Freshman safety Ka’Ra Stewart has been dismissed from the Missouri Tiger football team. Stewart was arrested Monday afternoon by MUPD for possession of marijuana. It was the second time in two months that Stewart had been arrested for the offense. ABC17 learned he plead guilty on December 5th to possession of up to 35 grams of marijuana, and was issued a $200 fine. The first arrest happened on November 9th. Stewart is the second player from the freshman class of 2012 to be kicked off the team for marijuana-related arrests, joining former TE Brandon Holifield. Three other freshman: WR Dorial Green-Beckham, WR Levi Copelin, and LB Torey Boozer have been arrested this year for the exact same charge. Green-Beckham and Copelin plead down to an amended charge of trespassing. Boozer’s hearing has been pushed back to February 12th. ***ORIGINAL STORY***Freshman Safety Ka’Ra Stewart was arrested Monday afternoon by University of Missouri police for possession of pot.MUPD allege Stewart had under 35 grams of marijuana. Stewart was arrested and booked by the Boone County Jail. He has since posted a $500 bond.Stewart is now the fourth freshman fooball player to be arrested this year for marijuana. In October, Dorial Green-Beckham, Levi Copelin and Torey Boozer were arrested by MUPD in a parking lot next to Memorial Stadium.
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