FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. -- Newly released video from the Fayetteville Police Department shows the arrest of Arkansas Quarterback Cole Kelley.
Earlier this month, he was booked on suspicion of DWI and reckless driving.
The dashcam video shows Kelley's black Toyota Tundra strike a curb. After a series of sobriety tests, Kelley is placed in the back of the police car.
In the video, Kelley repeatedly asks the arresting officer if he can call his parents.
"This is not good," Kelley says to himself in the back of the patrol car. "I didn't even do anything, though."
"You ran up on the curb, sir," said the arresting officer.
"You're arresting me for running up on the curb?," replied Kelley.
The officer reported Kelley's eyes were red and watery. Kelley refused to provide a breath sample on the scene but later provided a urine sample at the detention center.
Following a one week suspension from the team, head coach Bret Bielema announced Kelley could rejoin the team for this week's game against Missouri.
Kelley is set to appear in court on Dec. 15.
Video of Kelley inside police car:
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