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The booze-drugs-gun trifecta.

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.

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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?