A Butler Community College basketball player who was arrested in Winfield on drug and traffic charges back in January, has now entered a plea of no contest to one of the charges. The others are now being dropped in the plea deal. Tajim Smith was pulled over back on January 10th, and charged with possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and no proof of insurance. On March 4th, Smith entered a plea of no contest to possession of drug paraphernalia, and was sentenced to 90-days in jail. The jail term was suspended on the condition he pay court costs and KBI lab fees by May 11th. If he did that according to the deal, the remaining charges would be dismissed. According now to the CourierTraveler, Smith has held up his end of the deal, returned to college, and is raising his children.