Former Dallas Cowboys running back Joseph Randle was arrested early Monday morning on a speeding charge, Irving, Texas, police told the Dallas Morning News.
Irving police spokesman James McLellan told the newspaper that Randle, 24, was arrested near the home of his ex-girlfriend on an outstanding misdemeanor warrant.
According to police, Randle had stopped at the home around 3 a.m. local time to sleep before driving to Kansas, where he is from, but residents turned him away and called police. He was stopped, and the outstanding warrant was discovered.
Randle was taken into custody and released upon payment of a $359 bond.
The former Oklahoma State running back, who was released by the Cowboys in early November, has had a number of run-ins with the law recently.
In late November, 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.
Randle was asked to leave the Kansas Star Casino in Mulvane after causing some unspecified concerns on the casino floor, said Fred Waller, an enforcement agent with the Kansas Racing and Gaming Commission.
Randle left but then returned. He started arguing with security officers, and a scuffle ensued, Waller said. Several agents had to restrain Randle, and he was taken to the county jail.
"He was belligerent and causing some problems on the casino floor," Waller said, citing the incident report. "The whys, I don't know."
Randle was suspended four games by the NFL under the league's personal conduct policy one week after he was released by the Cowboys. He was already away from the team to deal with unspecified personal issues when he was released. As a third-year player in Dallas, Randle started the first six games this season.
The NFL had investigated Randle's arrest in February in his hometown of Wichita, though police declined to pursue charges against the running back after a domestic disturbance complaint. Randle was also detained on a shoplifting charge at a Dallas-area mall when police said he tried to take a bottle of cologne and a pack of underwear from a department store. He got deferred adjudication in the case from October 2014.
Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.