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Dustin Doe charged with second-degree misdemeanor

GAINESVILLE -- Florida linebacker Dustin Doe is scheduled to appear in Alachua County court on Aug. 24 for driving with a suspended license.

Doe has been cited two times since February for driving with a suspended license. The first citation listed Doe as "unknowingly" driving with a suspended license. But then Doe was pulled over again in June and booked for "knowingly" driving with a suspended license, which is a second-degree misdemeanor.

Doe, a senior, was arrested in 2007 for affray and resisting arrest. Those charges were dropped. A former starter, Doe missed action in 2008 due to a pair of groin injuries. He underwent surgery during the season and began to show signs of his old self by November.





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