GAINESVILLE, FL (WVLT)- Florida linebacker Dee Finley was arrested Monday on charges of resisting an officer with violence, a third-degree felony, and driving with a suspended license, according to the Orlando Sentinel.
Finley was pulled over on the Florida campus at 1:50 pm after driving around a barricade at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. According to the arrest report, Finley initially refused to give his license and registration and tried to leave.
Finley's liscense is suspended in Alabama and Florida. He is the sixth different UF player to be arrested since January.
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