Credit: Osceola County Sheriff's Office

The baby daddies of Teen Mom land are a multi-talented bunch, and first on their list of achievements? The ability to get arrested and go to jail. It's shocking how many of these dudes have rocked an orange jumpsuit, and the latest criminally-minded MTV star is none other than Teen Mom 3's Devoin Austin II, aka Briana Dejesus's baby daddy.

Wetpaint Entertainment can exclusively confirm that this wayward fella was arrested over Labor Day weekend on four counts of criminal activity, including contributing to the delinquency of a minor, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of marijuana, and — oh yeah — burglarizing.

According to Devoin's police report, he was arrested in Kissimmee, Florida, and was held on a $5,000 bond.

So what exactly does "contributing to the delinquency of a minor" mean? We asked Osceola County Sheriff's Office Public and Media Relations Director Twis Lizasuain who broke it down for us. "It means an underage child was with him while he was doing something criminal," she explained.

Don't worry — Devoin's daughter, Nova Star, wasn't with him at the time, but he was hanging out with two 16-year-old kids, according to the police report. Apparently, Devoin and his pals broke into the home where they were partying the night before, and when police arrived they saw him and five others try to make a run for it out the back door. The house was in complete disarray, according to the report, with alcohol bottles and a "green leafy substance" scattered everywhere. 

No word yet as to whether this dude has been sprung from the slammer, but hopefully he'll finally get his act together once he makes his triumphant escape.

Clearly, Devoin doesn't realize that there's no chance of him having a relationship with baby Nova if he continues getting arrested and doing drugs!

"This is why I'm over protective when it comes to MY* child," Briana posted to TwitPic after the arrest. "Ill be damned if she knew what jail even meant!"

Sigh, we blame his chintee. That thing is up to no good.

Reporting by Lindsay Dreyer