Ray McDonald was arrested for the second time in three days Wednesday, this time for violating the restraining order that was placed on him earlier this week when he allegedly assaulted a woman holding a baby.
According to a summary from the Santa Clara Police Department, the ex-49ers and Chicago Bears defensive lineman was at a residence in Santa Clara, presumably the one where Monday’s incident took place. Police located McDonald at a nearby sandwich shop and arrested him without incident.
McDonald, 30, was arrested Monday at around 7 a.m., following a dispute at the Santa Clara residence, which he rents. The 49ers released him in December after his involvement in a separate police investigation that is ongoing. He was signed by the Bears in March but was released after Monday’s arrest.
This is the fifth time McDonald has been arrested since he was pulled over for DUI in 2010. He was arrested on a warrant stemming from the DUI in 2012. He also was arrested after a domestic violence dispute in August, although no charges ultimately were filed in that case.
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