Jimmy Carter's grandson accused of burglary, possessing marijuana
A grandson of former President Jimmy Carter has been charged with burglary and possession of marijuana. Police in Peachtree City, Georgia, say 17-year-old Jeremy Carter broke into the house of a former friend and took a video game console over the weekend. Carter is the son of Jimmy Carter's son, Jeff, and a senior in high school. Jeff Carter says his son is innocent and will be exonerated. No comment from the former president.
Police say Carter had a plastic bag of marijuana in his shoe, and his breath smelled of alcohol.
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