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Smells like chicken

Updated: March 15, 2006, 7:11 PM ET

Moss' agent charged with possession of crackAssociated Press

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- An agent for Randy Moss was charged with possession of crack cocaine after police were called to a hotel to investigate a disturbance, authorities said Wednesday.

Dante DiTrapano and his wife, Teri, of Charleston, W.Va., were arrested Tuesday at a hotel in St. Petersburg, police said.

The hotel's management called police to report a disturbance in couple's room. When officers entered the room they found the drugs, police said.

Three other people were also arrested and charged with possession of crack cocaine, police said.

"Dante has been battling depression over two tragedies that occurred this past year. We don't know the facts of his arrest at this point, but we hope and pray that Dante will now get the help he needs," Tim DiPiero, an attorney with DiTrapano, Barrett & DiPiero, said in a statement released Wednesday.

Moss also commented through the attorney's office.

"I'm sticking by my friend and I'll support him and his family as he gets help battling his problem," Moss said.

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This thread made me laugh. On the main page it looked like it said, "An agent caught with bicycle seat sniffer."

Funny, Randy Moss is sticking by this Dante, while he stuck it to the other Daunte.

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We will see how long Moss "sticks by his friend". When it comes time for him to represent Randy in some deals and he can't get the job done, BYE BYE freind.

for a second I thought Ricky became an agent
Yes, because marijuana and crack are basically the same thing. :rolleyes:
96% of all crack smokers use pot :nerd:
We're given that Ricky smokes pot, and are trying to determine the likelihood that he smokes crack as well. The relevant statistic here would be what percentage of pot smokers use crack, not vice versa.

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