Alabama running back Dee Hart was arrested on multiple charges Sunday by the Tuscaloosa County Sheriff’s Office, according to TuscaloosaNews.com. He was charged with giving false information and possession of marijuana.

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The report says Hart was booked into jail on Sunday night at 9:20 p.m. and released on $1,300 bond at 10:33 p.m. Hart is the second Alabama player to be arrested this year, as five-star early enrollee Tony Brown was arrested in January.

The rising junior rushed for just 78 yards and one touchdown in 2013, and he has 166 yards rushing and 43 carries in two seasons.

Update 1:13 PM ET: Alabama tells AL.com that Dee Hart hasn’t been a part of the football program since the Sugar Bowl. If Hart isn’t part of the football team, Alabama should have announced it immediately after he left the program.

Update 2:00 PM ET: Another AL.com report shows the Tuscaloosa Police Department was investigating reports of the use of counterfeit money at a gas station when they arrested Dee Hart.