Randle, 26, has been arrested multiple times since he last played in the National Football League in 2015. Randle has been on a descent through through criminal justice system since his time with the team, and on Friday morning caught his most serious charge to date.
Randle rose to fame as a 5th round pick in the 2013 NFL Draft and was a starting running back for the Dallas Cowboys in 2015. He served time after being convicted of aggravated battery and burglary.
The 6-foot, 210-pound Randle was arrested at 3:45 a.m.in his hometown of Wichita, Kansas.
In 2015, Randle was arrested and booked on suspicion of criminal threat, assault of a law enforcement officer, battery, disorderly conduct, criminal trespass, disorderly conduct and interference with a law enforcement officer after an altercation at a Kansas casino.
At one point he was arrested six times in 17 months, including incidents in which he stole underwear and cologne from a store while he was still with the Cowboys. He wasn't charged with domestic violence even though his girlfriend said he threatened her friend with a gun.
Randle, 26, has racked up a number of arrests in recent years. Randle was asked to leave the party, and he reportedly backed his auto into a number of other guests on his way out.
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 also spent time in a state mental hospital, struck three people with a auto as he left a party in Wichita, Kan., in February 2016.