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Aldon Smith referred to LA City Attorney for misdemeanor consideration

Aldon Smith
Aldon Smith
Photo by Jonathan Ferrey

The Los Angeles County District Attorney's office referred Aldon Smith to the LA City's Attorney office for possible misdemeanor on Thursday afternoon.

Smith allegedly made a bomb threat at the terminal of the LAX airport on April 13 and had a felony charge for it, according to the Los Angeles International Airport Police.

Witnesses say he was uncooperative with the security at LAX after making a sarcastic remark of saying he had a bomb while in line. The police report indicated it is a charge for a 'fake bomb threat' as he disrupted security. Smith was eventually released on $20,000 bail hours after the incident.

Next Tuesday on April 29, Smith is scheduled to appear in the Santa Clara County Superior Court in regards to the June 2012 house incident where he faces charges on three counts of possessing assault weapons and a misdemeanor for driving under the influence in January 2012.