For the third time in well under six months, Georgia’s Montez Robinson has been arrested and is facing criminal charges.
To repeat, Robinson has been arrested three times in the span of less than half a year.
This time around, Robinson was charged with simple misdemeanor domestic battery after turning himself in to authorities Saturday, the Macon Telegraph is reporting. The sophomore is being held without bail as he awaits a bond hearing, and no details of what led to his arrest are available.
Robinson is already facing a two-game suspension to start the 2010 season for the two prior incidents — simple battery for an Oct. 20 incident and second-degree criminal damage in Nov.; it’s uncertain, given this latest arrest, whether Robinson will be a member of the football program and able to serve the current punishment.
Incidentally, Robinson’s arrest is not related to an alleged incident involving four UGA players verbally and physically abusing a couple in a taxi cab. That incident still remains under investigation.