Former Chiefs and Panthers running back Darrin Reaves was arrested over the weekend, following a domestic incident involving two women.
According to WRMJ, Reaves faces two Class 4 felony counts of unlawful restraint and a Class A misdemeanor of criminal trespass to a residence.
He was arrested by Aledo (Ill.) Police Sunday. The state prosecutor said Reaves had a prior relationship with one of the women, and that both had filed orders of protection against him. He’s currently free on $10,000 bond.
Reeves, who played at Alabama-Birmingham, played for the Panthers in 2014, and spent the last two seasons with the Chiefs’ practice squad. He was waived-injured in May following sports hernia surgery.