Ex-Cowboys, OSU running back Joseph Randle facing rape charge

Ex-Cowboys, OSU running back Joseph Randle facing rape charge

Ex-Cowboys, OSU running back Joseph Randle facing rape charge

On Nov. 25, 2015, Randle was arrested following an altercation at a Kansas casino.

According to his booking sheet, he's being held without bond at a local detention center.

Joseph Randle has been in plenty of legal trouble since entering National Football League after a successful college career at Oklahoma State.

Former Dallas Cowboys running back Joseph Randle was reportedly arrested for rape early Friday morning in Kansas, according to TMZ Sports. Randle has been in consistent trouble with the law for years.

The Washington Post added that Randle has also been arrested for drug possession and abuse of alcohol which is why as a condition of his probation he must remain clean and sober for five years, and stay on his psychiatric medication.

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- In February 2015, Randle was arrested on a marijuana possession charge after police responded to a domestic violence call at the hotel room in which he was staying with the mother of his child.

During his time with the Cowboys, Randle was detained on a shoplifting charge at a Dallas-area mall in October 2014 when police said he tried to take a bottle of cologne and a pack of underwear from a department store. The Cowboys cut him later that season after he appeared in six games.

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.

Randle, who was selected in the fifth round by the Dallas Cowboys in 2013, had been jailed in Wichita for the majority of the past two years in connection with that incident, the Eagle reports.

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