Georgia Southern quarterback Shai Werts was stopped by Saluda County Sheriff's deputies for speeding They saw two white spots on his car. They thought the spots were cocaine. Werts told them it was bird poop that he had tried to clean off. The deputies proceeded to hold a field test on the white stuff and somehow it came back positive for cocaine. Werts was charged with possession.
Townes Jones IV, the attorney who represents Werts, sent the evidence to a more sophisticated lab. The results this time didn't say the white smear was bird poop - but it did say it WASN'T cocaine.
Good news: Drug charges were dropped.
Bad news: The speeding charge holds.