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Bama's Jarran Reed arrested

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Another Alabama player is in trouble with the law.

Junior defensive tackle Jarran Reed was arrested for driving under the influence early Sunday morning in Tuscaloosa.

Reed is a junior college transfer who played with East Mississippi CC in 2013.

Here is the official press release from the Tuscaloosa Police Department:

"On 7/13/14 at approximately 1:50 am a Tuscaloosa Police Officer observed a 2001 White Dodge Charger backing out of a parking space at the same time as another vehicle. The two vehicles collided and the white Dodge Charger drove off towards the exit of the parking lot. The Officer went over and instructed the driver to stop the vehicle. The officer made contact with the driver of the vehicle and immediately smelled the odor of alcohol coming from inside the vehicle. A Standardized Field Sobriety Test was given to the suspect. At the end of the test the officer found probable cause to arrest the driver for driving under the influence. The driver was transported to the Tuscaloosa County Jail pending a $1,000.00 Bond and a hold for sobriety. The drivers Blood Alcohol Content was 0.13% (legal limit is 0.08%).

Jarran Kentrel Reed, 21 years old, was arrested for Driving Under the Influence. He was placed in the Tuscaloosa County Jail pending a $1,000.00 Bond."

Alabama head coach Nick Saban released a statement:

"We are disappointed in Jarran's actions and this is obviously not the kind of behavior we expect from our players. It is a privilege to represent the University of Alabama and there are responsibilities that go along with that privilege. We'll evaluate the situation and determine the appropriate discipline so better choices and decisions can be made in the future."
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