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Post UGA: home of the minor alcohol-related incident

Monday March 26, 2007

The latest: The University police department has issued an arrest warrant for offensive lineman Tanner Strickland for possession of a fake ID. Strickland is a 2007 signee and an early enrollee.

This looks to be a pretty comprehensive case: at least twelve people, including Strickland, are named in the same case, and Strickland’s warrant doesn’t carry the “criminal attempt” or “intent to distribute” charges that others in this case will face.

UPDATE: Ching confirms that this warrant is part of a larger investigation initiated by a US Postal Inspector. If the case involves distribution of fake IDs through the US Mail, that could bring along a whole different set of problems for those with some of the additional charges. Using the mail in the commission of a crime isn’t a smart thing to do.

SID Claude Felton told the AJC that Coach Richt is aware of the issue and “will be handled in a manner (Richt) feels appropriate.”

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