Manfre says he was not in possession of a powerful horse tranquilizer when he was arrested in Seaside Heights last year. No way. So today he pleaded not guilty to the charge in a New Jersey court.
Manfre was arrested in Seaside Heights back in July for possession of a controlled substance which was later determined to be Ketamine, often used as a horse tranquilizer.
After the hearing, Unit’s lawyer, Raymond Raya, said there were some issues regarding his client’s constitutional rights. So he entered a not guilty plea, because they say that, “based on those issues, John is not guilty.”
Manfre and his attorney say they expect a favourable outcome to the case.