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Cargate: Pryor driving with a suspended license

Submitted by on May 31, 2011One Comment
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The hits just keep on comin’

Remember when the shiny, 6-day old, 2007 black Nissan 350z Terrelle Pryor drove to last evenings player-only meeting at the Woody Hayes Athletics Center was the big story?

NBC4i is now reporting that Terrelle Pryor drove the car, bought by his mother Thomasina Pryor just 6 days ago (yes – the same struggling mother Pryor sold memorabilia for cash to help) with a suspended license. Pryor had his license suspended less than 2 weeks ago for failing to provide proof of insurance and remains in effect until mid-August.

The Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles has no indication that Pryor’s driving privileges has been reinstated which means Pryor was documented driving with a suspended licenses to and from the Woody Hayes Athletics Center last evening.

Driving with a suspended or revoked license in the state of Ohio is considered a crime and can result in heavy fines and possible jail time.

Subsection C (1) of Section 4510.11 of the Ohio Revised Codes considers driving with a suspended license a misdemeanor of the first degree and carries a maximum penalty of up to $1,000 fine and/or a minimum jail time of 3 days if this isn’t the first offense. Ohio state law also allows for additional penalties to be imposed such as impoundment for up to 30 days for a first offense, and 60 for a second.

Though the NCAA is still in the midst of an ongoing investigation regarding Pryor’s relationship with a local car salesman and Columbus based dealership, it is slowly becoming increasing clear this is a young man who has trouble making the right decisions. Aside from this most recent run-in with the law, Pryor is already connected to more than half a dozen vehicles during his 3 short seasons at Ohio State having been pulled over on 3 different occasions in 3 different cars all registered to the same local salesman, Aaron Kniffin.

He was stopped earlier this year for running a stop sign, last year for traveling 94 mph in a 65 mph zone and two years ago, for traveling 99 mph in a 65 mph zone.

It’s unsure whether Pryor will face the music for driving without a license last evening, but you can be sure it wasn’t the only time Pryor has been driving since his license was suspended less than 2 weeks ago.

Already serving a 5-game suspension for participating in a memorabilia for cash scandal, Cargate could very well spell doom for Pryor’s career at Ohio State.

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  • Rguy5558

    Pryor wanted to make sure that EVERYONE knew he was a moron!