In October 2014 he was caught on camera shoplifting underwear and cologne from a department store, while he was still playing for the NFL.
Randle, 26, is being held without bond on a charge of rape at Sedgwick County Jail in Wichita, where he was taken into custody at about 3:45 a.m. Friday, jail records show.
Randle was convicted of multiple charges stemming from a housewarming party in February 2016: Aggravated burglary, aggravated battery, criminal threat and possession of marijuana. When a police officer arrived at his house with a warrant for his arrest, Randle ran out of the back of his house and led police on a chase before he finally surrendered. Randle has been in consistent trouble with the law for years.
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Randle was released on probation in June under a plea deal that allows prosecutors to seek to have him put in prison if he gets into trouble again.
Randle has been arrested at least seven times in the past two years.
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.
He had been bouncing between jail and mental health facilities after that incident - but the court ultimately declared him mentally competent to receive his punishment for the crime.