Hours after UGA's win over Auburn in the SEC Championship game in Atlanta, two players on the Georgia Bulldogs football team have been arrested.
Patrick was suspended for four games earlier this season for a second drug-related offense.
According to a jail log, Patrick was booked at 1:30 a.m. Patrick, who was a passenger in the auto, was charged with misdemeanor possession of marijuana and has since been released after paying a fine.
UGASports.com reported Sunday morning that Patrick, a junior linebacker, is facing a misdemeanor charge after his arrest late Saturday night.
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The arrest took place at 11:50 p.m. but no other details were available and Georgia officials have yet to comment. Patrick, a passenger with Stanley driving, has only been charged with misdemeanor marijuana possession, but he could be in for something of a real punishment.
Patrick started and helped Georgia win Saturday's SEC championship game against Auburn in Atlanta. He was also investigated for alleged marijuana use in his dorm room last October and subsequently cleared.
He was arrested back in November 2015 with teammate Chauncey Rivers, who was eventually dismissed from the team, by Athens-Clarke County Police for marijuana possession on campus. In the game, Patrick totaled three tackles and a quarterback hurry.