Green Bay receiver Geronimo Allison escapes a criminal record after reaching a plea deal for his charge of possessing marijuana. The charge was reduced this week to a non criminal ordinance violation, and a Manitowoc County judge ordered him to pay 330-dollars in fines and court costs and perform community service. The 23-year-old Allison was stopped last September for driving 81 in a 70 zone on Interstate 43 near Francis Creek. He denied smoking marijuana although a later search of his vehicle found three cigars that tested positive for the drug. Allison, who enters his second year in the N-F-L this fall, can still be disciplined for violating the league’s substance abuse policy.