By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
According to KSN.com, former Dallas Cowboys running back Joseph Randle has been sentenced to 80 months in jail. This sentence stems from three separate incidents.
He received 32 months for violating his probation back in February 2016. He also received another 32-month sentence for an aggravated battery charge that came from a jail fight.
Randle also was required to pay $1,360 from the jail fight. The once-proud NFL player also received a 16-month sentence.
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The 16-month sentence stems from when he allegedly “interfered with law enforcement.” Randle could face even more time in jail.
He has not been charged for a rape case that took place in 2018. He’s facing very serious charges in the case.
These charges include two counts of rape, two counts of aggravated kidnapping, seven counts of aggravated criminal sodomy, and aggravated battery. Randle had a short-lived NFL career because of his run-ins with the law.
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The judge will determine how long he will face for the rape charge once the trial begins.
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