Ex-Raider Chandler Jones Arrested In Las Vegas For The Second Time In A Month

Former Raiders defensive end Chandler Jones was arrested on Tuesday (October 17) for violating a domestic violence temporary protection order.

He was arrested and jailed on two counts of the same charge on September 29.

Although details in his most recent arrest are scarce, an event number showed that police were called around 1:15 p.m. Tuesday to the 10500 block of Chillingham Drive in Las Vegas.

On September 28, Chandler Jones was accused of getting naked and burning a woman’s belongings that he took from her backyard, violating a temporary protection order served by the mother of his son.

That afternoon, he went to the woman’s home and took a recycling bin, a pool net, and dog toys from her backyard, according to the police report.

The woman then received Snapchat messages from Jones that appeared to show him nude in his backyard, burning the items he had taken from her backyard.

Surveillance video captured Jones arriving and taking the items from the woman’s backyard.

When questioned by police, Jones admitted to sending the Snapchat messages, and he told police “to just take him out of the car,” which the police interpreted as Jones knowing he violated the protection order, according to the report.

Jones was arrested and released on September 29 after posting $15,000 bail.

Chandler Jones was released from the Raiders shortly after the arrest.

In early October footage emerged of Chandler Jones having a good time at a Tattoo Shop.

The story is still developing on Chandler Jones’ October 17 arrest.

Chandler Jones was drafted into the NFL by the New England Patriots in 2012. He also played for the Arizona Cardinals (2016-2021) and the Las Vegas Raiders (2022-2023).

He won an NFL Championship with the New England Patriots at Super Bowl XLIX. They defeated the Seattle Seahawks 28-24 in an epic SB game.

Chandler Jones is the younger brother of former UFC Champion Jon Bones Jones.

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Sources: Las Vegas Review-Journal and TMZ

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