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Friday, August 27, 2010

Ealey out of jail

Georgia tailback Washaun Ealey was released from jail in Athens on Friday at 11:18 a.m., about six hours after being jailed there on two initial charges, then held on a third one.

Ealey was picked up originally on charges of leaving the scene after hitting a car, and having a suspended license. He was then held at Athens-Clarke County jail after a bench warrant was discovered.

The bench warrant was from Clarke County municipal court, for failure to appear in court after a previous traffic stop. Ealey was cited for speeding and not having registration while driving a 2004 Cadillac, according to records.

The total bond Ealey had to post, according to the Clarke County web site, was $3,480.

Head coach Mark Richt was scheduled to meet with the media, as normal, after Friday's practice.

“Coach Richt has been gathering information today on the incident," Georgia athletics spokesman Claude Felton said.

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