Second Georgia player arrested alongside LB Natrez Patrick on Saturday night

Hope Soto
December 4, 2017

Stanley, who was driving, was charged with driving under the influence of drugs, misdemeanor possession of marijuana and speeding (87 miles per hour in a 65-mph zone).

This was Patrick's third arrest since he arrived on campus at Georgia three years ago.

According to the arrest report from the Barrow County detention center, Patrick was booked at 1:30 a.m. Sunday for the unspecified misdemeanor offense at 11:50 p.m. Saturday. Whether Stanley gets the same punishment remains to be seen, but it doesn't appear he has been arrested during his Georgia career.

Barrow County sheriff's officials told Channel 2 Action News Patrick was arrested on charges of possession of marijuana less than one ounce. He also bonded out, Smith said.

Mugshot of when Natrez Patrick was arrested in 2015
Mugshot of when Natrez Patrick was arrested in 2015

Patrick was arrested just last month on the same charge.

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.

Patrick was arrested in October on misdemeanor marijuana charges, resulting in a four-game suspension. Barrow County is adjacent to Clarke County, where the University of Georgia is located. Patrick served a one-game suspension. He had three tackles in the game.

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