Howard Rollins Jr., co-star of television's "In the Heat of the Night," has pleaded guilty in Baton Rouge, La., to cocaine possession and agreed to make an anti-drug video for the state.

Rollins also pleaded guilty Monday to driving while intoxicated and speeding.

State District Judge Freddie Pitcher placed Rollins, 38, on two years' probation and fined him $4,275.

Rollins was arrested in March when a state trooper clocked him driving more than 100 mph on Interstate 12 near Baton Rouge and found two bags of cocaine in Rollins' jacket, police said.

"I'm grateful to be able to contribute back to the community in terms of community service," Rollins said.