University of Georgia linebacker Natrez Patrick and reserve wide receiver Jayson Stanley were arrested on misdemeanor marijuana charges Saturday night after the SEC Championship game. Stanley was arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence of drugs, possession of marijuana of less than one ounce and speeding while going 87 miles per hour in a 65 zone.
Stanley was arrested and charged with DUI, possession of marijuana less than one ounce, and speeding- going 87-mph in a 65-mph zone.
On Saturday, Georgia crushed Auburn in the SEC championship game and it was good vibes all around and it was time to celebrate, because they knew they were headed to the College Football Playoff. He was arrested in October on misdemeanor marijuana charges and served a four-game suspension. According to the school's student-athlete handbook, a player will be dismissed from the team following a third marijuana-related incident.
Check back for updates. Patrick's bond was set at $1,030 and "he was quickly in and out", Smith said. He is a contributor on special teams coverage. He also had a marijuana arrest in 2015.
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This marks the third arrest for Patrick in two years.
Patrick, a junior from Atlanta, is the Bulldogs' fifth-leading tackler with 35 stops this season.
"It was a mistake".