Florida running back Mark Thompson has run into the law for the second time in six weeks.

According to a report from Inside the Gators (Rivals), Thompson is facing one charge of misdemeanor trespassing on posted property, stemming from an incident that occurred last Thursday.

Per a sworn complaint affidavit, at about 2 p.m. last Thursday, Thompson was located inside the fenced compound at Ultimate Towing. Thompson stated to GPD that he slipped through a gap in the fence in an attempt to contact employees. He then showed the law enforcement officer the gap, which was passable but still clearly meant to bar entry, per court records. The sworn complaint affidavit was filed Monday.

Thompson’s previous issue with law occurred on Oct. 27, when he was cited for marijuana possession of fewer than 20 grams at a traffic stop. He was later suspended one game against Georgia and did not make the trip with the team to Jacksonville.

Thompson, a redshirt junior and former four-star signee from the 2016 recruiting class, has rushed for 295 yards and two touchdowns in 11 games (four starts) for the Gators this season. He’s received just nine carries since his one-game suspension.