Georgia’s Jamon Dumas-Johnson arrested on two driving charges

Georgia All-SEC Supporter Jamon Dumas-Johnson was arrested Wednesday for misdemeanor highway/street racing and reckless driving, according to the Athens-Clarke County jail registry.

Sources confirm multiple reports to ESPN that an incident involving Dumas-Johnson occurred on January 10, the day after Georgia’s 65-7 win over TCU in a College Football Playoff national championship game in Los Angeles.

In a statement released Wednesday night, the University of Georgia did not specifically mention Dumas-Johnson but said: “We are aware of a report regarding a January 10 incident on College Station Road involving to one of our student-athletes does not reflect our program values ​​or the high standards we have established Since this is an open matter involving students, we I cannot provide any further information at this time and will continue to cooperate fully with law enforcement.”

Dumas-Johnson, a Butkus Award finalist as the top fullback in college football last season, was taken into custody at 6:34 p.m. after the arrest warrant was issued and subsequently dropped off at 7:15 p.m., according to reservation records.

The Athens Banner-Herald reported that Dumas-Johnson’s name in the University of Georgia police log stems from an incident on January 10 at 8 p.m. KST. vehicles moving side-by-side on College Station Road “recklessly at high speed and fleeing the area at the signal of police.”

Dumas-Johnson, a rising junior, is second on the Georgia team with a total of 70 tackles and leads the Bulldogs with nine tackles.


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