UPDATE 5.4.09 12:30pm by Julie Montanaro
Court records show that FSU wide receiver Cameron Wade turned himself in at the Leon County Jail at about 9:30 Friday night and was released less than an hour later after posting a $2,500 bond.
Wade's attorney, public defender Carrie McMullen, says she could not comment on why he missed his court date, but says he followed her advice and turned himself in.
Court records show Wade's arraignment is set for July 9.
A judge has issued a Capias Warrant against Florida State wide receiver Cameron Wade for his failure to appear in court today.
According to the Leon County Clerk's office, Wade was to be in court this morning. Bond has been set at 2,500 dollars.
He can either turn himself in and set another court date, or have his warrant withdrawn, either way, he'll have to appear in court.
Wade was arrested along with Bert Reed on November 26th of last year for misdemeanor battery in relation to a campus fight at FSU.
The probable cause affidavit says FSU football player Cameron Wade threw the first punch.
In the documents, Wade says he thought one of the fraternity brothers was raising a hand to strike one of his teammates.
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