Troubled former professional football player Joshua Boden, who briefly played with the B.C. Lions, has again been charged with assault.
New Westminster police say the 31-year-old New Westminster resident was arrested on Wednesday after an assault investigation.
On Sunday, police received a report of a domestic dispute that occurred between a man and a woman.
Police say Boden was not there when the officers arrived. He was later located on 6th Street and arrested.
Boden has been charged with two counts of assault, one count of failure to comply with conditions of recognizance, one count of dangerous driving, and one count of driving while prohibited.
Boden remains in custody and is scheduled to appear in court on May 16.
Two years ago, Boden was charged with assault in connection with an incident that took place on March 13 in Surrey and involved a female complainant.
He was released on $1,500 bail but was later charged again for breaching an undertaking or recognizance.
Boden was given a practice roster position as a receiver with the B.C. Lions before the 2006 season and played some games, but he was cut in the spring of 2008, shortly after he was charged with assault, theft and mischief in connection with an incident involving his ex-girlfriend.
Biden also briefly played for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats.
He has also previously faced firearms offences, sexual assault, break-and-enter, assault, uttering threats, possessing a controlled substance, procuring, living on the avails of prostitution, aiding a person to engage in prostitution and criminal harassment.
He was also the subject of a rare public warning issued by Vancouver police, who believed he posed a safety risk to the community.
With files from Jennifer Saltman