Former Dallas Cowboys RB Joseph Randle arrested in hometown

A former Dallas Cowboys running back has been arrested in his Kansas hometown for failure to appear in court.

Sedgwick County Jail records indicate 24-year-old Joseph Randle of Wichita was booked at 1:44 a.m. on Sunday. Bond is set at $150,000.

Randle was charged Feb. 22 with four counts of aggravated battery and other charges after police say he backed his car into three people the previous day while leaving a party.

Police say he later returned to the Wichita home he’d been asked to leave and forced his way inside.

A judge rejected his request to reduce his $100,000 bond because Randle hadn’t hired an attorney or applied for court-appointed counsel. Randle posted bond and was released early last week.

The Cowboys released Randle last year. 

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