Aaron Wilson of the Carroll County Times reported last night that Ravens rookie wide receiver was investigated by the Baltimore County police after they received a call about “possible narcotics.” Police investigated his apartment in Owings Mills on Wednesday night.
No charges were immediately filed, but police did take evidence from his residence.
A search was executed at roughly 10:30 p.m. Tuesday night and evidence was taken from the location, according to Baltimore County police spokesman Robert McCullough.
“I ain’t got nothing to say right now,” Reed told the Carroll County Times. Wilson tweeted a statement from Ravens spokesman Kevin Byrne.
Ravens spokesman Kevin Byrne’s statement on David Reed: ‘We’re aware of the situation, and we have talked about it with David.’
Reed was drafted by the Ravens this season in the fifth round, three rounds after Sergio Kindle, who fell down two flights of stairs this summer fracturing his skull.