After his court appearance, Greg Reid walked out of the Lowndes County Jail Monday with family members by his side.
Court records show Reid is still on probation.
Reid, a former Lowndes High School and FSU football player, was arrested March 29, 2014. He was in a car that was stopped by Valdosta Police for a seat belt violation. When authorities ran Reid's information, they found a warrant issued for his arrest for not reporting to his probation officer since October 17, 2013.
Eyewitness News has reached out to Reid, his attorney, and family members. All declined to comment on the matter.
This isn't Reid's first off the field problem. During his tumultuous time at FSU, the All-American was arrested for possession of marijuana among other charges. He was put on probation and later kicked off the team.
He has since signed with the St. Louis Rams football team. While it is unclear if this latest incident will hinder his status on the team, we do know Reid will have to report to his probation officer in Lowndes County in three weeks.
Eyewitness News also reached out to the probation office, Sentinel Offender Services. A spokesperson declined to comment.
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