UGA player arrested after SEC Championship game

04 Декабря, 2017, 01:12 | Author: Edward Fernandez
  • UGASports.com - Natrez Patrick arrested again according to jail report

Bond was set at $1,030.

Georgia Bulldogs starting linebacker Natrez Patrick was arrested late Saturday following the Bulldogs' win over Auburn in the SEC Championship, according to jail records. Authorities say Patrick was a passenger in a vehicle pulled over late Saturday that was driven by Georgia backup wide receiver Jayson Stanley. "The specific charge is not listed, but a local NBC affiliate reported that Patrick was arrested for possession of less than one ounce of marijuana and was released Sunday morning". The previous two were related to marijuana possession, the second of which caused him to be suspended four games this year.

This marks the third arrest for Patrick in two years. Smith didn't have details on the arrest, but a Barrow County police spokesman told 11alive.com that Stanley was pulled over for going 87 miles per hour in a 65 mile per hour zone.

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Patrick was arrested just last month on the same charge, but this is his third arrest total. With three violations of Georgia's drug policy, Patrick could be dismissed from the team.

Patrick started and helped Georgia win Saturday's SEC championship game against Auburn in Atlanta. Patrick was arrested in October on another marijuana charge. Stanley has three tackles on special teams and hasn't had a reception in 11 games.

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