According to Al.com, former Alabama player and current staff member Josh Chapman was arrested for his second DUI in the last two and a half years. Chapman was arrested by Tuscaloosa Police and was booked into Tuscaloosa County Jail.
Since 2016, Chapman had served as an assistant strength coach to the team and had his first DUI a year later in 2017.
The former defensive lineman from Hoover, AL played under Nick Saban and the crimson tide from 2007-11 where he was a part of two national championship teams. He went on to be drafted by the Indianapolis Colts in the fifth round of the 2012 NFL Draft.
Chapman was held at $1,000 bond after his arrest.
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