Nick Marshall's fine for marijuana possession has been paid and the case is now closed, according to Lonnie Holder, the police chief in Reynolds, Georgia.

The Auburn quarterback's mother, Shalena Cliett, paid the fine, which was approximately $1,000 for possessing less than one ounce of marijuana and $100 for the illegal window tint on his vehicle.

Marshall, who was pulled over and cited in Reynolds on July 11 after Holder and another officer found 8-9 grams of marijuana in the car, would have had to attend a Sept. 10 court date at 10 a.m. if the fine was not paid.

The Montgomery Advertiser reported the news late Wednesday night.

Auburn coach Gus Malzahn has not announced his decision on punishing Marshall for the citation, although the quarterback was not allowed to go to SEC Media Days or attend Auburn's ESPY appearances.