CHARGED WITH POSSESSION
Dallas Cowboys defensive lineman Antwaun Woods was repeatedly told he had WAY TOO MUCH weed in his car during his arrest last week … and it’s all in new police video.
Woods was stopped in Frisco, Texas on Dec. 3 after cops say he was doing 77 MPH in a 60 zone … and when officers say they smelled a strong odor of weed coming from his car, the NFL player was in big trouble.
Cops found 2 glass mason jars and a small gold cylinder container full of weed in his 2016 Cadillac Escalade … and also discovered several pieces of drug paraphernalia.
The officers also say they noticed the 26-year-old had stuffed a small marijuana cigarette into a half-full water bottle during the stop.
In the video of the bust … you can see an officer tells Woods straight-up, “So, listen, you’ve got too much marijuana, okay?”
That’s when Woods tries to talk the officer out of putting him in cuffs … saying, “Come on, bro, are you serious?”
But, the officer tells him once again, “I have no option. You’ve got a lot of marijuana. I can’t do anything about that.”
Eventually, Woods was booked for a 3rd-degree felony for tampering with evidence (for the weed stuffed into the water bottle) and misdemeanor possession of marijuana.
The 6-foot, 310-pounder — who missed the Dallas game against the Bears last week because of an unrelated knee injury — has yet to be punished by the NFL for the incident.
Woods has logged 15 combined tackles in 8 games for Jason Garrett‘s squad so far this season.