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Vanderbilt RB arrested for disorderly conduct

NASHVILLE, Tenn. | Vanderbilt running back Jermaine Doster was arrested early Friday morning following an incident at a night club in his hometown of Tampa, Fla.

According to jail records, the 20-year-old was charged with disorderly conduct, criminal mischief and obstructing an officer without violence, all misdemeanors.

Nashville newspaper The Tennessean reports Doster was escorted out of The Honey-Pot Bar by Tampa police and asked to leave. He was arrested when he failed to cooperate, and then he kicked out one of the windows in the back of the squad car.

Doster was released on $1,250 bond later Friday morning.

He is the younger brother of the former Commodore running back Kwane Doster, who was shot to death in Tampa in December 2004 while he was back home for Christmas.