Ogletree was pulled over for speeding, and when his driver's license was checked through a statewide database, it was discovered he didn't pay for a previous speeding violation and he didn't have his driver's license during a traffic stop in Irving, Texas, according to police.
Ogletree, who had his car towed, paid a cash bond of $597 and was released.
Rich Dalrymple, Cowboys vice president of public relations, said the team is aware of the situation.
NFL spokesman Greg Aiello said the league will look into it. Every NFL player who is charged with any type of crime is subject to the league's conduct policy.
Ogletree could not be reached for comment.
In four preseason games, Ogletree had eight catches for 80 yards with no touchdowns.
Calvin Watkins covers the Cowboys for ESPNDallas.com.