LAS VEGAS, NV – Chandler Jones, a former Las Vegas Raider, violated a domestic violence temporary protection order twice in less than a month, according to his arrest report.
Jones, 33, was arrested on Tuesday, October 17, for allegedly violating the order. He now faces three counts for allegedly violating that order.
According to the arrest report, Jones violated the order on October 11 and October 16 by sending messages on Instagram to a former girlfriend. In the messages, he professed his love for the woman and wrote “I have no other way to communicate with you … If I go to jail again for sending this message so be it.”
Jones was released by the Raiders one day after his first arrest on September 29. His case is set for a status check in court on December 4, 2023.
Domestic violence is a serious crime, and it is important to remember that victims have the right to be protected from their abusers. If you are experiencing domestic violence, there are resources available to help you. You can call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or visit their website at thehotline.org: https://www.thehotline.org for more information.
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