Capt. Mike Pruitt, head of Fayette County’s drug task force, said they found no marijuana in the Corvette, but the car’s interior smelled of smoke. He said Jones admitted smoking in the car. Since being drafted, Jones has been arrested five times, and all but an obstruction charges in Fayetteville in February 2006 have been dismissed. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Jones has drawn police interest at least 10 times since the Titans made him their top draft pick in 2005. He now has the NFL’s attention, too. On Thursday, NFL spokesman Michael Signora confirmed Jones’ behavior is being reviewed under the league’s personal conduct policy. Jones’ most recent brush with police was at a Las Vegas strip club where three people were shot and one man paralyzed Feb. 19. This week, it became public that he is charged with another felony in another case in Georgia last year, which prompted the search for drugs at the home he bought for his mother. The Titans, waiting for Las Vegas police to conclude their investigation, again declined to comment Thursday on the latest reports in Georgia involving their best defensive player. Atlanta attorney Manny Arora said Jones has not been convicted despite being accused repeatedly, because he has done nothing wrong in any of the incidents. “No matter how the media may want to paint it, nobody gets that lucky,” Arora said. “He’s just made some poor decisions with the people he’s associated with, and they’re trying to drag him down.” Jones was charged with possession of marijuana after being arrested in Fayette County, just south of Atlanta. That misdemeanor charge was dismissed in January, although his mother, Deborah Jones, and a friend were convicted. NASHVILLE, Tenn. – When Adam “Pacman” Jones got out of his Corvette while a SWAT team served a search warrant at his Georgia home last year, a drug investigator said the sports car reeked of marijuana. As officers questioned him, the Tennessee Titans’ cornerback acknowledged he couldn’t pass a drug screen for another week or two. But Jones said he would be ready to pass it when the NFL tests him, according to the police report of March 23, 2006.