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Leon Orr Cited For Driving Without License, Violates Deferred Prosecution Agreement

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Orr posted this photo with the caption "Piss on ya life !" to his Twitter account via Instagram on Sunday. The photo has since been deleted from Instagram. (<a href="https://twitter.com/#!/mrlrgjack_44" target="new">@MrLrgJack_44</a>)
Orr posted this photo with the caption "Piss on ya life !" to his Twitter account via Instagram on Sunday. The photo has since been deleted from Instagram. (@MrLrgJack_44)

Florida redshirt sophomore defensive tackle Leon Orr was cited for knowingly driving without a license on Monday, as first reported by Gator Country's Thomas Goldkamp. The citation is available on the Alachua County Clerk of Courts website.

The citation is Orr's fifth run-in with the law in Alachua County since June 2010: he was cited for operating a vehicle with an expired license in June 2010; cited for operating a vehicle with a suspended license, a second-degree misdemeanor, in February 2011; issued a speeding ticket in November 2011; arrested on two misdemeanor marijuana possession charges in January 2012, and cited for knowingly operating a vehicle without a valid license, a second-degree misdemeanor, on Monday. An arraignment is set for June 6 in Orr's most recent case.

Under the terms of Orr's deferred prosecution agreement, he was bound to either pay a $150 fine or perform 12.5 hours of community service, and also obey all laws for six months. That case remains open in Alachua County, and it is unclear what effect Orr's Monday citation will have on it.

Orr's four misdemeanor charges have come in just 15 months; former Florida cornerback Janoris Jenkins' three arrests on four misdemeanor charges, one later dropped, came over the course of 23 months.