Williams was pulled over by Fayetteville Police on Martin Luther King Blvd just before midnight on Saturday after officers viewed him swerving in another lane and crossing the center line. After being pulled over Williams stated had been at a party at the Highway 62 events center.
The officer smelled the odor of intoxicants and asked Williams how many drinks he had, in which Williams responded none.
Williams was asked to perform field sobriety tests and the results were consistent with those of an intoxicated person according to the police report. Williams was then placed under arrest and taken to the Washington County Sherrif's Office.
Williams was booked at 4:07a.m. at which time he refused to take an alcohol test. He has been charged with DWI, Driving Left of Center and Violation of Implied Consent Law. He has a court date for December 14th.
Williams, a native of Tulsa, played in Saturday's 19-15 win over the Golden Hurricane posting seven tackles for the Razorbacks.
Here is a statement from Arkansas head coach John L. Smith on the arrest:
"I am very disappointed in the decisions made by Terrell Williams. He did not represent himself or the University of Arkansas in a manner we expect and has been suspended indefinitely. We have high expectations for the actions of everyone in our program on and off the field, and our student-athletes will be held accountable."