Former linebacker Dustin Doe facing more legal trouble
An arrest warrant has been issued for former Gator linebacker Dustin Doe for failure to comply with the terms of his sentencing on charges of driving with a suspended license.
The warrant was issued on Jan. 5 - four days after Doe played his final game for the Gators in the Sugar Bowl.
Doe was indefinitely suspended from the team in July after he was arrested on charges of driving with a suspended license. On Aug. 20 he was adjudicated guilty of two misdemeanor traffic violations - driving with a suspended license and driving with no valid drivers license.
He was sentenced to six months' compliance probation and eight hours of community service (one work crew day) for the charge of driving without a valid license, and was ordered to pay a fine of $311 for the other offense.
Alachua County court records show Doe complied with paying the fine, but has not served his time on the work crew, prompting the warrant to be issued.
Doe played in 13 games this season, registering 42 tackles, 36 solo.