"One of the charges was duty upon strike and the other was driving with a suspended license," UGA Police Chief Jimmy Williamson said Friday morning. "He was booked in jail a little after 5 AM, but the arrest occurred a little after 3 AM."
A municipal bench warrant has also be issued for Ealey according to the Clarke County Sheriff's department.
"He does have a bench warrant," a spokesman at the Athens-Clarke County Jail said.
Ealey failed to appear in Athens-Clarke county court July 12 on charges of speeding and tag violations.
Ealey's bond is for all three charges is $3,480. Athletic Association officials did not comment on the matter Friday morning. The Bulldogs are scheduled to have a practice this afternoon and on Saturday.
According to Seth Emerson of the Macon Telegraph, Parking Sevices employees saw Ealey hit a parked car and told him not to leave.
Ealey has been in a competition for the starting running back spot with Caleb King. Running backs coach Bryan McClendon said Thursday night that King has a "slight edge" to get the starting spot over Ealey.
"He's been more consistent in his pass-blocking throughout camp right now," McClendon said of King. "I think he's worked hard at that. Both of those guys have improved a bunch at that, but right now I would say it's going to be (King)."