Florida State running back James Wilder Jr can’t seem to get out of his own way.
Per the Leon County Jail database, Wilder was arrested Sunday night and charged with failure to appear in court for one count of a non-moving traffic violation (driving with a suspended license).
Wilder was booked and released Sunday and given another court date.
It’s been a tough year for Wilder, beginning with an incident last February where Wilder was initially charged with battery on a law enforcement officer and resisting arrest with violence. Those charges were eventually reduced to misdemeanors as it appeared the incident was more of a misunderstanding. However, Wilder was ordered to six months probation and nine days at a work camp.
Wilder “violated his probation” in June when he blew a .01 into a routine breathalyzer test administered by the camp.
Florida State hasn’t commented on Wilder’s latest mishap, or what punishment, if any, Wilder will face for this latest minor mishap.