Razorback Quarterback Arrested on DWI Suspicion

Erika Holt
November 13, 2017

University of Arkansas quarterback Cole Kelley of Lafayette, La. and a graduate of Teurlings Catholic High School was arrested Sunday morning in Fayetteville on suspicion of DWI and careless driving.

The 20-year-old is scheduled to appear in Fayetteville District Court on Monday morning.

According to the arrest report from police, the redshirt freshman was pulled over Sunday morning near Wedington and Steamboat Drive after Kelley's vehicle struck the curb going westbound on Wedington.

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Bret Bielema, head coach for the Razorbacks, issued a statement following Kelley's arrest. After pulling over the truck, the officer observed the driver had "red and watery" eyes. His bond was set at $935, which he posted, and he was released at 11: 46 a.m.

The 6-7, 271-pound Louisiana native completed 3 of 10 pass attempts for 36 yards and an interception in Saturday's 33-10 loss at LSU.

Kelley is the first known Arkansas football player arrested since fullback Hayden Johnson was charged with public intoxication and being a minor in possession of alcohol last October.

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