Thank you for not arresting the players.

Is this considered a tradition yet?



Filed under Crime and Punishment, Georgia Football

9 responses to “Thank you for not arresting the players.


    Good work…


  2. Go Dawgs!

    I definitely hope that we had the opportunity to “appreciate” the officer(s) who had the common sense not to arrest Trent Thompson that night.


    • dawgfan

      The way I read it they were trying to arrest him until luckily for them they had an expert there that figured out it was a medical issue not caused by alcohol or illegal drugs.


      • hailtogeorgia

        That’s not how the different reports I read seemed to portray it. Is there another account that tells the story differently?


        • Russ

          I agree. The reports I read seems like the officer was very restrained and actually wanted to get help for Trent, rather than just arrest him and be done with it.


  3. Bright Idea

    If it was Kirby or underling that thought of this, it is a good idea. No decent officer is going to turn his back on a major incident but maybe they’ll get off the no middle names and scooters emerging from an alley crap just for the bad publicity.


    • Macallanlover

      And that is all we should expect. Would also be nice if some players got to see the officers as people and show respect when there is a face to face. So many are misled in this area and it exacerbates an already bad situation. Good move by KS, and if we haven;’t been doing it regularly, we have been negligent. Respecting the men and women is blue is an automatic early lesson all should have learned, better late than never.


  4. Bulldog Joe

    Now THAT wasn’t so difficult, was it?

    Good to see the statute of limitations on covering Dr. Adams’ ass has finally kicked in.

    Good-bye zero-tolerance policies and good riddance.


  5. Dylan Dreyer's Booty

    That was done during CMR’s tenure at least once before 2005. Middle daughter dated an ACCPD K-9 officer who participated. But it’s a good thing in general.