Former Cowboys’ quarterback Ryan Leaf was arrested for the second time in less than a week on Sunday, and is accused with burglary--this just two days after he posted bond on charges of breaking into an acquaintance’s house in order to swipe prescription pain killers.
Leaf is being held at the Cascade County Detention Center in Montana, and will face charges of burglary, theft and a couple counts of possession of dangerous drugs. Because he also violated the terms of his probation, Leaf is not eligible to post bond and will be held indefinitely.
"It's based on a burglary that happened yesterday afternoon after he bailed out," Central Montana Drug Task Force Commander Chris Hickman said, per ESPN New York.
Leaf is scheduled to appear in court on Monday afternoon.
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