An incident report of Georgia Football quarterback Stetson Bennett’s arrest for public intoxication was released on Tuesday, Athens Banner-Herald staff writer Marc Weiszer wrote in a Wednesday article. The request for the incident report was made on the day of Bennett’s arrest, wrote Weiszer, but it was made public during the same week of the NFL combine in Indianapolis.

Two city of Dallas police officers found Bennett walking around a gated area when they responded to a suspicious person call at about 6:15 a.m. CST on Jan. 29 in the 1600 block of Tribeca Way in Old East Dallas. He was observed “walking further back in the gated area to hide behind a brick wall by a random (apartment) in attempt to possibly avoid (the arresting officers) detection,” according to the police report.

“Officers responded to reports of a man banging on doors in the area, police said. When the officers arrived, they found (Stetson) Bennett ‘and determined he was intoxicated,’ a police news release said,” wrote WFAA in a January article.