Joseph Randle arrested for sixth time in 17 months

Former Dallas Cowboys running back Joseph Randle is in trouble with the law again. Per a tweet from Annette Lawless of KAKE, the ABC affiliate out of Wichita, Kansas, Randle was arrested last night for failure to appear in court regarding a February 21 arrest in which he allegedly hit three people with his car and forced his way into someone’s home. He was recently released on bond and has been charged with four counts of aggravated battery with a deadly weapon, drug possession and criminal destruction of property.

BREAKING: Former Dallas Cowboys football player #JosephRandle arrested overnight. https://t.co/ENNVrxAnTD #KAKENews pic.twitter.com/LBoa9lbRbC

— Annette Lawless (@AnnetteLawless) March 6, 2016

Thus continue the legal troubles for the 24-year-old Randle. Earlier in February, he was arrested for an outstanding warrant regarding a speeding ticket. Back in November, he was arrested at a Kansas City Casino after assaulting security guards while drunk. In February of last year, he was arrested on marijuana charges as part of a response to a domestic violence call.

Needless to say, the Dallas Cowboys were completely justified in releasing him last November and he was suspended for four games under the NFL’s personal conduct policy shortly afterward.

At this rate, his NFL career is all but dead in the water.

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