Randle was arrested in 2014 for theft, arrested two different times in 2015 for unlawful possession of marijuana and being allegedly drunk and refusing to leave the Kansas Star Casino, and was arrested two more times in 2016 on an outside warrant for speeding and then for aggravated battery, possession of drugs, and criminal damage to property. The latest arrest early Friday morning is very serious, too.
Randle played for Dallas from 2013-15.
Just after 3:30 a.m. Friday, Randle was booked into Sedgwick County Jail.
Now, with the suspicion of rape charge from Friday, that's seven arrests in less than four years for the troubled former National Football League player.
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In July 2015, Randle was put on six months of probation for stealing $123 worth of cologne and underwear from a Texas mall. He gets hit with a felony aggravated battery charge a year later for an altercation he had with an inmate, the newspaper reported.
Randle has been arrested at least seven times in the past two years.
Fast forward to February 2016 and the ex-running back is being arrested for the party ordeal.
Randle, who also has spent time in Kansas state mental institutions, received five years of probation with the promise that he would be returned to prison for any violation.
In April 2017, a Wichita jury found Randle guilty of four charges in the house-party incident but he was not sentenced in that case until June of this year, when a judge combined that verdict and a plea deal Randle reached with prosecutors over four of the other charges he was facing.