WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — A Kansas judge has ruled there’s enough evidence to try former Dallas Cowboys running back Joseph Randle on charges from two different cases.
KSN-TV reports (http://j.mp/2b7lKpt ) that Judge John Kisner said after a preliminary hearing Thursday in Sedgwick County that there’s enough evidence to bind Randle over for trial in an aggravated battery case for allegedly backing his car into three people while leaving a party.
The judge also bound Randle over for trial on one count of interfering with law enforcement for allegedly dodging a warrant.
Court dates weren’t set.
Kisner did not rule on whether Randle will stand trial in a third case involving a criminal threat against a Sedgwick County detention deputy.
The Cowboys released Randle last year.