Duron Carter’s marijuana possession case adjourned

Saskatchewan Roughriders' Duron Carter celebrates a touchdown against the Edmonton Eskimos on Aug. 25, 2017. Jason Franson / The Canadian Press

Duron Carter will be back in a Saskatoon courtroom next month on a marijuana possession charge.

An adjournment was requested and granted during a Tuesday court appearance.

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The Saskatchewan Roughrider wide receiver was arrested at the Saskatoon airport in February after marijuana was allegedly found in his luggage during a search by Canada Border Service Agency officers.

He had flown to Saskatoon to take part in the Kinsmen Sports celebrity dinner.

Carter is also facing a drug charge in Winnipeg.

He was arrested on Nov. 25, 2017 and charged with a possession of a controlled substance, but authorities have not said what it is.

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The Riders signed Carter to a one-year contract extension in January.

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