After entering a no contest plea for receiving a package of mary-juana at his Rocky River home earlier this year, the judge found him guilty.
"You made a big mistake. Kids look up to you," the judge said this morning. And there's certainly a point there, though it's not totally clear what sort of Tribe-devoted parents would encourage their children to loft Perez in the sky as a role model.
Anyway, the pitcher was ordered to speak to Rocky River High School students about
proper bong etiquette the dangers of drugs. He'll also spend time on probation and cough up a $250 fine.
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