Originally written on Backyard Sports Blog  |  Last updated 11/16/14
Well, it's not quite as crazy as when a hotel valet stole Reggie Wayne's car and went for a joy ride, but it's damn close.  Florida freshman offensive lineman Jessaman Dunker was arrested for grand theft auto for stealing a moped.  Not something I would associate with a penalty as big as grand theft auto, but hey, the law is the law.  He was also driving on a suspended license which probably didn't help his case. Florida freshman offensive lineman Jessaman Dunker was booked at 12:01 p.m. into Alachua County Jail on two charges, including grand theft of a motor vehicle - a third-degree felony.The University Police Department booked Dunker, but have yet to respond to an e-mail seeking comment.  Jail records show no bond has been set. The 6-foot-4, 313-pound Dunker, a native of Boynton Beach, was a Parade All-American who redshirted the past season. Coaches praised Dunker's play during bowl practices and expected him to compete for playing time at guard in 2013.  More  I guess the main thing we can take away from this is don't steal. The only way Dunker can get himself out of this pickle is trade his car strait up for the moped.  Then he would totally redeem himself. Check out our Home Page for more stories and follow us on Twitter and Facebook
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