LSU police Sgt. Blake Tabor says Hebert was leaving a campus event when he backed into a parked car early Saturday morning.
Tabor says there were no injuries and police asked Hebert to take a breath test. He says the test showed Hebert was over Louisiana's legal limit of .08 blood-alcohol content. He was booked into the East Baton Rouge Parish jail, and his lawyer, Nathan Fisher, says he was released on bond.
LSU spokesman Michael Bonnette says head coach Les Miles was out of town over the weekend and plans to meet with Hebert on Monday morning.