Packers Jones' traffic citations set to be resolved

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GREEN BAY (WLUK) – Three traffic citations issued to Packers running back Aaron Jones are set to be resolved by the end of the month.

The Wisconsin State Patrol says Jones was speeding on Hwy. 172 just outside Green Bay, Oct. 1. Dashcam video shows Jones performing three field sobriety tests. The State Patrol says Jones had been speeding and did not have a valid license. Troopers say he also admitted to smoking marijuana earlier in the day. Jones later apologized.

Jones was issued three tickets: speeding, not having a valid driver’s license – a charge his attorney disputes - and operating with a controlled substance.

Jones wasn’t required to appear at a court hearing Thursday – because they are non-criminal traffic citations – and he did not do so. Another hearing was set for Feb. 28, in the event the case hasn’t been resolved by then.

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