Georgia freshman defensive end Montez Robinson was arrested early Monday morning by UGA police on a charge of underage possession of alcohol.
Police responded to the East Village parking deck off River Road at about 2 a.m. after a call from a parking service attendant that both rear tail lights were broken out of a 1999 Silver Lexus GS300, according to a police report.
The car belonged to Armita Didehvar, a student, who was outside Vandiver Hall talking to Robinson when police arrived.
Robinson, 19, smelled of alcohol, according to the officers report.
He was placed under arrest and became very agitated while being placed into double locked handcuffs. He started to yell and scream while being placed in the rear of a caged unit, according to the report.
The arrest is likely to trigger an automatic suspension for Robinson for Georgias bowl game, under Athletic Association alcohol policy.
Robinson was booked into the Clarke County Jail at 4:06 a.m. and released about an hour and a half later on a $500 bond.
Georgia coach Mark Richt is aware of the arrest and is looking into it, according to a spokesman.
Police continue to investigate the broken tail lights, but suspect vandalism was involved.
Detectives are looking (into it), Lt. Eric Dellinger said. Obviously something is going on. We havent made a determination about who was involved in that damage.
Robinson, the product of Avon, Ind., has played in a reserve role on the line this season, but was named SEC Defensive Lineman of the Week after making five tackles and two sacks against Tennessee Tech on Nov. 7. He has played in 11 games.
Robinson is the fourth Georgia player arrested since Oct. 13. The other three arrests were traffic-related.