Nolan Neal is singing his way into the hearts of viewers as a member of Adam Levine's team on The Voice. But could his dark past end his time in the spotlight? A police report exclusively obtained by RadarOnline.com reveals his past drug charges.
In the report obtained from the Goodlettsville Police Department in Tennessee, Neal was arrested on March 16, 2002 for a narcotics/drug violation and a narcotics equipment violation.
Officer Bryan Harris explained in the report that he observed Nolan and another suspect enter a 1993 Lincoln Continental in a parking lot.
"The driver appeared to be looking for something in a black jacket," the report read. "A few seconds later the passenger, Nolan Seals, held up a baggie and both men were looking at it. I approached the vehicle on foot and observed that it was marijuana."
When officer Harris searched the vehicle, he found three grams of marijuana, a wooden pipe and a tin in the glove compartment. Both objects contained marijuana residue.
According to the General Sessions Court Clerk in Tennessee, the case was dismissed. Neal was ordered to pay $155.93 in fines.
The crooner succeeded in having all four judges turn their chairs during his blind audition after he was turned away last season.
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