As documented here the past 48 hours, Alabama court records and a Facebook-dated photo link Trent Richardson and his mother Katrina to five separate vehicles in the last two years.
Traffic court documents show the Alabama football star as owner of a GMC Yukon and Nissan Altima in just the past 10 months - in addition to Richardson being seen gassing up another large SUV in a photo dated August 12, 2010, and posted on the now-deleted Facebook account of formally disassociated Alabama booster Tom Al-Betar.
Alabama public court records also show Katrina Richardson was driving separate rental cars during her most recent traffic stops inside the state.
Trent Richardson though is not the only member of the Crimson Tide shown to own multiple vehicles in recent Alabama court documents.
Mobile County (AL) court records confirm that on June 17, 2011, current starting Alabama quarterback A.J. McCarron was pulled over for speeding while driving a 2011 GMC Yukon without a license plate. McCarron was noted in county court documents as the owner of the vehicle.
Less than two weeks later McCarron was once again pulled over, this time for tinted windows and not wearing a seatbelt in Baldwin County, Alabama. Court records documented McCarron as the owner of the vehicle in question, a 2010 GMC Yukon.
Kenneth Robert Raines, the attorney for McCarron, has since requested and been granted three continuances for the latter traffic stop - with the case set to go before a Foley, Alabama, District Court Judge on Oct. 31, 2011.
Then there’s this photo of McCarron and a tricked-out sports car posted by rogue Alabama booster and T-Town Menswear store owner Tom Al-Betar to his now-deleted Facebook account on Feb. 18, 2011:
Like the oversized SUV with large rims Trent Richardson was seen gassing up in another Al-Betar Facebook photo, it isn’t clear if the red vehicle belongs to McCarron and if it does - how the Crimson Tide quarterback acquired the car.