Georgia linebacker Natrez Patrick was arrested late Saturday ninght, hours after the Bulldogs beat Auburn 28-7 in the SEC championship game. He was arrested on October 5 in Athens on a misdemeanor charge of possession of less than 1 ounce of marijuana.
The arrest took place at 11:50 p.m. but no other details were available and Georgia officials have yet to comment.
In Saturday's SEC Championship, Patrick totaled three tackles and a quarterback hurry.
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According to a Barrow County public information spokesman, Patrick was arrested for possession of marijuana of less than one ounce.
Patrick was a passenger in a vehicle driven by wide receiver Jayson Stanley.
This would be a third violation of Georgia's drug policy, which subjects him to dismissal from the team.
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Patrick's first arrest came when he was a freshman at UGA in 2015.
Patrick and Stanley were held overnight at the Barrow County detention center in Winder, Georgia. He was suspended from Georgia for four games and returned to play against Auburn in the regular season. He and former teammate Chauncey Rivers were arrested for possession of marijuana and served one-game suspensions.
Patrick has now been arrested three times, which means he likely will be kicked off the Georgia team.
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"It was a mistake".