Former Chicago Bears Ray Ray MacDonald was arrested for the second time this week.
He was arrested on May 27 for violating a remand measure because he was in an apartment in Santa Clara, the Santa Clara police department said.
The restraining order was issued following a domestic violence incident on May 25 in Santa Clara, in which Ray MacDonald claimed to have broken down the bedroom door to reach his ex-fiancée and their baby.
Ray MacDonald, 30, was arrested on suspicion of domestic violence and child danger, but was released on bail. Chicago bears released the ambulance hours after the arrest.
On May 27, Santa Clara detectives found Ray MacDonald in sandwiches from Togo in Santa Clara, where he was arrested without incident. He was jailed in Santa Clara County on $ 5,000 bail.
Ray McDonald’s lawyer, Steve Defilippis, told News from San Jose Mercury that neither he nor his client had been notified of the remand measure.
Steve Defilippis told a newspaper that MacDonald went to the residence on May 27 to meet with a defense investigator who spoke with the woman who lives there. He told him he would not go home.
The 49ers released Ray MacDonald in December, citing a “bad decision model.”
The move came just a month after Santa Clara County prosecutors refused to charge Ray MacDonald in a separate domestic violence investigation resulting from his arrest on August 31, 2014, while celebrating his 30th birthday at his home. Prosecutors cite conflicting versions of what happened, a lack of verifiable eyewitnesses and a lack of cooperation from the alleged victim, Ray McDonald’s fiancée, in explaining his decision.