Arkansas QB Kelley arrested for drunk driving

Arkansas QB Kelley arrested for drunk driving

Arkansas freshman quarterback, Cole Kelley, was arrested by Fayetteville police on Sunday morning on suspicion DWI and careless driving.

Now, details have emerged in Kelley's arrest, as the arrest report has been obtained from the Fayetteville District Court.

According to the report by the arresting officer, a Toyota Tundra driven by Kelley was observed with its passenger-side tires riding up on the curb of the street. Kelley took a field sobriety test and performed "in manner consistent with intoxication".

In a statement, Razorbacks coach Bret Bielema says he's aware of the incident involving Kelley and that the university is gathering information. Bond for Kelly was set at $935, and records indicate Kelly was released from the Washington County Jail at 11:46 a.m. Kelley started the team's previous four games when Allen was sidelined with a shoulder injury.

Kelley has a court appearance scheduled for December 15.

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