Antonio Callaway appears one step closer to moving on from his offseason run-in with police as the junior receiver has reportedly pled to possession of paraphernalia and paid a fine following his May 13 citation.

The issue arose when police searched a parked car Callaway and others were sitting in after smelling marijuana. Upon searching the vehicle, police found 12 grams of marijuana. No one was arrested and only citations were handed out following the incident.

Florida head coach Jim McElwain has yet to announce any form of discipline for his talented receiver following the incident but has stated his concern for Callaway this offseason. With a tough season opener against Michigan in Arlington, Texas, many Gator and Wolverine fans are eager to see how McElwain handles the situation.

This latest note on Callaway comes via Edgar Thompson of the Orlando Sentinel. Thompson cites State Attorney Bill Cervone as his source:

Despite pleading to the possession of paraphernalia, the receiver also pleaded ‘no contest, not guilty’ according to Cervone.