Reuben Foster arrested on domestic violence charge, report says

San Francisco 49ers outside linebacker Reuben Foster against the Los Angeles Rams during the first half of an NFL football game Sunday Dec. 31 2017 in Los Angeles

Reports say 49ers linebacker Reuben Foster arrested for domestic violence

According to a report from Eric Branch of the San Francisco Chronicle, Foster was booked Sunday at the Santa Clara County Jail on "charges relating to domestic violence".

Forty-Niners linebacker Reuben Roster has been arrested for the second time in less than a month after an incident on Sunday in California.

Foster was allegedly arrested in Los Gatos and is being held without bail. He was taken into custody on January 12 in Tuscaloosa, Ala., for second-degree marijuana possession, which is a Class A misdemeanor in the state meaning it's for personal use. "We take matters of this nature seriously and are gathering all pertinent information", the statement reads.

Foster had 72 tackles this year, second on the team.

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While considered a top-10 talent, Foster fell to the end of the first round because of his character concerns as well as his injury history.

Prosecutors later dropped the charges due insufficient evidence, but the team said it would have no tolerance for players even if they charged. San Francisco selected him 31st overall.

All of those issues puts Foster in the crosshairs of the league's substance abuse and conduct policies and could mean a suspension is forthcoming. It's worth noting that former 49ers cornerback Tramaine Brock was arrested on suspicion of domestic violence on April 7 of past year.

The charges against Brock were dropped almost a month later due to insufficient evidence, according to prosecutors.

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