Former Bulls guard Ben Gordon was arrested Sunday in New York City for driving with a forged license plate.

Gordon was arrested around 9 p.m. ET following a routine traffic stop, according to a police report obtained by the New York Post. The officer ran Gordon’s plates only to find out that they had a different registration expiration date than the one displayed on the vehicle.

This is the third time Gordon has been arrested in the last five months. In June, Gordon, 34, was arrested after falsely pulling a fire alarm in his apartment. In October, he was taken to the hospital by police for psychiatric evaluation after reportedly getting into a confrontation with a 31-year-old woman inside a sports rehab facility he owns.