A Florida defensive back is facing 3 third-degree felony charges, reports have revealed.

Jaydon Hill is facing charges of unarmed burglary of an unoccupied conveyance, grand theft larceny of more than $750 and less than $5,000, and fraudulent and illegal use of credit cards after breaking into a car, stealing a debit card and using the card for purchases. Hill, who is out for the 2021 season with a torn ACL, has reached a deferred prosecution agreement

Alexander Lugo of UF’s WUFT TV station broke the news late Friday evening. Thomas Goldkamp of 247Sports is also reporting the Hill news with details on the charges.

According to the reports, the victim first reported his car was broken into on May 9, noting that his debit card and $80 cash were taken from the glove compartment. The victim reported fraudulent charges to the card at Gainesville area restaurants, a gas station and for unpaid UF campus parking tickets.

IP address logs and surveillance footage from the gas station led police to Hill, per the reports. Hill initially lied about how he obtained the card. A search of Hill’s cell phone, however, revealed photos of the victim’s card and driver’s license. The license had not been removed from the car. Hill then admitted to breaking into the car and taking the card.

With Hill’s deferred prosecution agreement, he can have the felony charges dropped if f he does 50 hours of community service, reimburses $1,753.43 in stolen funds to Mid-Florida Credit Union, pays for the $200 cost of prosecution and does not violate any federal, state, county or municipal ordinances for a year.

From Huntsville, Alabama, Hill has played in 22 games over 2 seasons at Florida, logging 25 tackles and 10 pass breakups.