An N.C. State football recruit is due in Chatham County court on Aug. 19 on weapons, marijuana and alcohol charges stemming from a June 16 traffic stop, according to court records.
Peter B. Singer, 17, of Chapel Hill was charged with carrying a concealed weapon, possessing a handgun by a minor and simple possession of marijuana. All the charges are misdemeanors.
He also was accused of driving after consuming alcohol under age and possessing an open container of beer.
Records show that a .38-caliber revolver and a half-empty 40-ounce beer wrapped in a brown bag were found underneath the seat. One gram of marijuana was found on the floor board on the driver's side, according to records.
An interesting and potentially headache-inducing situation we have here. Singer and Robert Crisp, a big-time OL recruit, are good friends who committed to State at the same time. If Singer eventually loses his scholarship offer over this mess, does that make Crisp reconsider?