ATHENS, Georgia – Two Georgia Bulldogs soccer gamers are going through misdemeanor disorderly conduct fees after they have been arrested following an incident at a downtown Athens bar early Sunday morning.
Athens-Clarke County Police public data officer Geoffrey Gilland instructed ESPN that officers arrested senior receiver Tyler Simmons and freshman cornerback Tyrique Stevenson after they have been recognized as topics allegedly preventing with bar workers on the Cloud Bar.
Stevenson, an early enrollee from Miami, was arrested at 2:42 a.m. ET and launched on $1,000 bail.
Simmons, from Powder Springs, Georgia, was handled for minor accidents at an area hospital and cited.
Bulldogs huge receiver Tyler Simmons caught 9 passes for 138 yards and two touchdowns, and rushed for 131 yards and two touchdowns in 2018. Photograph by Jeffrey Vest/Icon Sportswire
“Each have been charged with disorderly conduct,” Gilland mentioned. “Each have been transported to the jail. Once they arrived on the jail, Simmons complained about an damage. The jail is not going to course of somebody if they’re injured. Our officer transported Simmons to an area hospital. After he was handled, he obtained a quotation for disorderly conduct.”
In an announcement, Athens-Clarke County Police mentioned an off-duty officer working on the bar was alerted battle was going down contained in the bar. The officer known as for help and a number of ACCPD officers responded to a “chaotic scene with quite a few patrons spilling out onto the sidewalk and road.”
“After restoring order, ACCPD interviewed witnesses who recognized Simmons and Stevenson as the topics allegedly preventing with bar workers,” the assertion mentioned. “The Cloud Bar didn’t press fees in opposition to Simmons and Stevenson.”
Simmons began six video games and had 9 catches for 138 yards with two touchdowns in 2018. He was anticipated to play a much bigger position on offense this coming season, following the departures of receivers Terry Godwin, Mecole Hardman and Riley Ridley.
Stevenson was ranked the No. 9 cornerback nationally and No. 89 participant general within the 2019 ESPN 300.
Two different Georgia gamers have been arrested inside the previous month. Reserve security Latavious Brini was arrested for misdemeanor easy battery on Feb. 28, and reserve linebacker Jaden Hunter was arrested on March 20 for driving with a suspended or revoked license and stopping, standing or parking in a prohibited space.