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Police Chief Compares Washaun Ealey's Crime To Hitting A Fence, Which May Mean 25-To-Life Under UGA Police Law

Latest updates: Ealey’s charges are both misdemeanors. No alcohol was involved, which is amazing since the incident occurred at 3:19 a.m. Ealey’s crime was the “same as if you hit a fence,” according to UGA Police Chief Jimmy Williamson.

This makes it sound relatively minor, but considering UGA police have arrested Georgia players for crimes ranging from middle name forgetfulness to alley emergence, analagous white picket battery could be a capital offense.

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