A man police consider to be a "person of interest" in the fatal drive-by shooting of Broncos cornerback Darrent Williams has been cleared in an unrelated traffic case.
A warrant had accused 23-year-old Willie Clark of driving with a revoked license, but court officials determined the warrant should have named Clark's cousin, Stephen Howard.
Howard pleaded guilty to the charge on Tuesday and was ordered to produce a valid license within 60 days or face five days in jail.
Clark was arrested January 5th on an alleged parole violation, after police said his name came up in the investigation into Williams' death.
His attorney, Michael Andre, has said Clark has no information about the shooting.
The traffic warrant turned up after his arrest.
Clark is still in jail on the alleged parole violation.
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