New England Patriots wide receiver Irving Fryar was indicted by a Burlington County Superior Court grand jury this week on three weapons charges stemming from an incident when, according to the Burlington County Prosecutor's Office, he was discovered with two loaded guns in Pemberton Borough by a state trooper.
According to the police account, Fryar, 25, a former Mount Holly resident, was stopped by state police on Feb. 14 for speeding in Pemberton Borough. A trooper spotted a survival knife on the driver's side rear seat. The trooper then searched the car and found a loaded shotgun in the trunk and a .38- caliber handgun under the seat cover of the front seat. Police said Fryar also had seven hollow-point bullets, which in New Jersey are illegal for civilians to possess.