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Second Georgia player arrested alongside LB Natrez Patrick on Saturday night

Second Georgia player arrested alongside LB Natrez Patrick on Saturday night

Georgia officials have not yet commented on Patrick's arrest.

Stanley was charged with DUI drugs, possession of marijuana of less than an ounce and speeding.

Merely hours after playing in Georgia's SEC Championship win over Auburn, the junior was arrested in Barrow County late Saturday night on an unspecified misdemeanor charge, according to the Barrow County online jail report. He paid a "small fine" and was released from custody, the station reported. His bond was set for $1,030. Patrick served a one-game suspension.

This marks the third arrest for Patrick in two years. Barrow County is just west of Athens, in the direction of Atlanta.

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Two years ago, Patrick and then-teammate Chauncey Rivers were arrested for possession of marijuana. According to the school's student-athlete handbook, a player will be dismissed from the team following a third marijuana-related incident.

On the season, Patrick has tallied 35 tackles in eight games.

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 played in a combined 21 games in 2015 and 2016, including 11 starts, and totaled 81 tackles.