New York Giants safety Will Hill owed more than $9,100 in child-support payments when he was arrested after a motor vehicle stop in Little Falls on Dec. 20, according to the Hudson County's Sheriff's office and police reports.

The police officer who made the stop just on Route 46 before 6 p.m. "detected the odor of burned marijuana emanating from within the vehicle," a 2010 Mercedes owned by the former St. Peter's Prep star but being driven by Dawud Al-Ghaffaar, 24, of Sunrise, Fla., police said.

The officer also observed "cigar shavings throughout the vehicle as well as pieces of cigar wrappers suggesting marijuana was once prepared and smoked in the vehicle." Hill, 23, and two others, a 19-year-old East Orange woman and a 29-year-old Jacksonville, Fla. man were passengers.

Hill consented to a search of the vehicle and no drugs were found, police said. The vehicle had been pulled over because Al-Ghaffaar traveled straight through an exit-only lane over the hashmarks in the roadway, police said.

The 6-1, 207-pound Hill was arrested when police found he was wanted in Hudson County for non-payment of child support, police said. He was handcuffed with two sets of handcuffs "due to his size," and held at the Little Falls police station.

A Hudson County Sheriff's officer transported Hill to the Hudson County jail in Kearny, where he paid the outstanding $9,184,92 and was released, said Mike Makarski, a spokesman for the Sheriff's Office. The warrant had been issued on Dec. 10. According to published reports, Hill earned $480,000 this year. His contract with the Giants paid him $367,000.