BRUNO MARS' COCAINE CASE DISMISSED
LAS VEGAS (AP) -- Bruno Mars is in the clear with his cocaine possession case. A judge in Las Vegas dismissed his case after Mars stayed out of trouble and performed community service at children's charities and health groups. Mars pleaded guilty February 16 to having 2.6 grams of cocaine when he was arrested in a nightclub bathroom in September 2010. He could have gotten four years in state prison.