Giants safety Will Hill $9K behind on child support, police claim his car smelled of marijuana

New York Giants safety Will Hill was recently arrested for owing child support.

According to the Newark Star-Ledger,  police claim Hill overs $9,000 in child support and his car smelled of marijuana when they pulled him over.

New York Giants safety Will Hill owed more than $9,100 in child-support payments when he was arrested after a motor vehicle stop in Little Falls on Dec. 20, according to the Hudson County’s Sheriff’s office and police reports.

The police officer who made the stop just on Route 46 before 6 p.m. “detected the odor of burned marijuana emanating from within the vehicle,” a 2010 Mercedes owned by the former St. Peter’s Prep star but being driven by Dawud Al-Ghaffaar, 24, of Sunrise, Fla., police said.

The officer also observed “cigar shavings throughout the vehicle as well as pieces of cigar wrappers suggesting marijuana was once prepared and smoked in the vehicle.” Hill, 23, and two others, a 19-year-old East Orange woman and a 29-year-old Jacksonville, Fla. man were passengers.

Hill allowed the police to search his vehicle and no drugs were found.

The NFL is monitoring the situation.