Authorities said Patrick was a passenger in a auto pulled over late Saturday that was driven by Georgia backup wide receiver Jayson Stanley, who was charged with speeding and possession of less than 1 ounce of marijuana.
Two years ago, Patrick was arrested on misdemeanor marijuana charges and suspended one game.
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.
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However, now it has been revealed that Patrick, who was arrested for a misdemeanor marijuana charge, was the passenger in teammate Jayson Stanley's vehicle.
Georgia Athletic Association policies mandate that student-athletes be dismissed from the team following a third drug-related incident.
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According to the arrest record, Patrick was booked at 1:30 a.m. Sunday and bond was set at $1,030. He is a contributor on special teams coverage.
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Patrick's first arrest came when he was a freshman at UGA in 2015.
Patrick was made available for interviews after Georgia's win over Georgia Tech, which is when he said he learned his lesson from his second arrest.
Patrick and Stanley were held overnight at the Barrow County detention center in Winder, Georgia.
"It was a mistake".
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