Tre Mason was arrested Tuesday night for reportedly fleeing on an ATV from a deputy in July, according to a report from the Palm Beach Post.

Records obtained by the PBP show the former Auburn running back was in a park at about 3 p.m. July 27 doing wheelies on an ATV, driving carelessly and “tearing the place up.”

When a deputy tried to stop him, Mason allegedly sped past, turned left onto Spinnaker Bay Drive and pulled into the driveway of his mother’s Lake Charleston home. Footage then shows Mason quickly walk into the home.

Mason was “admitted for evaluation” in July due to erratic behavior. A warrant for his arrest was issued Dec. 15, and he was picked up Tuesday night by the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office.

Mason, who nearly broke 3,000 yards rushing during his career with Auburn from 2011-13 — including a 1,816 yard, 23-touchdown junior season — played two seasons with the St. Louis Rams (2014-15) but did not suit up in 2016.

Read the entire report here.