Raiders MLB Rolando McClain has a tendency for being in trouble, and now there’s reports of another arrest on his record to deal with.
Jerry McDonald of Bayareanewsgroup reports McClain is out on bail after an arrest in Morgan County, Ala., for violating the city’s window tint code and then providing a false name to police, according to the Decatur Daily.
A three-year veteran, McClain spent the last two games of the season on the inactive list after serving a two-game suspension for conduct detrimental to the team following a dispute with coach Dennis Allen.
Raiders officials were made aware of the arrest but declined comment.
McClain was found guilty last November in municipal court of misdemeanor charges including reckless endangerment, menacing and illegal discharge of a firearm in connection with a fight.
The charges were dropped when the victim, Rishard Tapscott, a childhood friend of McClain, declined to continue with the case on appeal.