Charges of criminal gun possession dropped against Robert Guerrero

Charges of illegally possessing a firearm in the state of New York against Robert “The Ghost” Guerrero were dropped Tuesday morning in New York State Supreme Court for Queens County, Guerrero’s public relations team said in a statement.

Guerrero, of Gilroy, Calilf., pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct and was fined $250 and was ordered to complete 50 hours of community service, which he will be allowed to do in California.

Guerrero was arrested on March 28 after he told a clerk at JFK Airport that he was in possession of an unloaded weapon.

Guerrero on May 4 challenged Floyd Mayweather Jr. for his welterweight title, but lost a wide unanimous decision at MGM Grand in Las Vegas.

Guerrero, 30, could have gone to prison if he had been tried and convicted of the felony firearm possession charge.

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