Florida State running back James Wilder Jr. was arrested Sunday in Tallahassee on a warrant of missing a court date related to a November charge of driving with a suspended license.
Wilder, 20, turned himself in and was charged with failing to appear for a Dec. 20 arraignment, according to the Leon County Sheriff's Office.
He was given a new court date of Jan. 24 and released after paying $500 bond, according to authorities.
The former Tampa Plant High star was stopped Nov. 5 after an officer witnessed him running a stop sign on a moped, according to Leon County records. The officer who made the stop discovered Wilder had a suspended license, according to records.
In February, Wilder was charged with obstructing a law enforcement officer without violence and battery on a law enforcement officer during the arrest of his girlfriend.
He later pleaded no contest to a first-degree misdemeanor charge of resisting arrest without violence and was sentenced to probation and nine days of work camp.
At the work camp, Wilder recorded a 0.01 on a breath-alcohol test, a violation of his probation, and spent 10 days in the Leon County Jail.
Wilder was FSU's third-leading rusher this season with 635 yards and 11 touchdowns.