CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) – A Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s spokesman says the 10 guns seized last year from Dallas Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy’s apartment following a domestic violence incident will be sold or auctioned off at a later date.READ MORE: Granbury Mayor Nin Hulett Resigns Following Felony DWI Arrest
Rob Brisley says in an email that Hardy’s attorney sent a letter to the Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Office on Feb. 25 relinquishing all the weapons to Sheriff Irwin Carmichael and the sheriff’s office.
Brisley says a court order mandates the weapons be sold or auctioned off.READ MORE: North Texas Graduates Navigate Next Chapter Amid Pandemic Job Market
Hardy was convicted on two counts of domestic abuse last July while a member of the Carolina Panthers. The chargers were later dismissed when Hardy’s accuser failed to show up for the appeal trial.
He’s currently serving a 10-game suspension without pay from the NFL.MORE NEWS: North Texas School Districts Facing Possible Lawsuits Over Mask Policies
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