August 27, 2010
Another player runs afoul of the law
Running back Washaun Ealey became the latest Georgia football player to find trouble with the law following his arrest by UGA police early Friday morning for driving with a suspended license and hit and run of a parked vehicle.
According to the Clarke County jail report, Ealey was booked into jail at 5:22 p.m. Bond was set $1,500 for each charge.
Bulldog head coach Mark Richt is aware of the incident but has not released a comment.
A sophomore from Stillmore, Ealey led the Bulldogs with 125 carries for 717 yards and three touchdowns last year.
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