Ray McDonald arrested for violating restraining order

Former Bears defensive end Ray McDonald was arrested Wednesday in Santa Clara for violating a restraining order, the Santa Clara Police Department announced in a statement. 

He was arrested without incident at a Togo's Sandwiches and transported to Santa Clara Police Department for processing. McDonald will be booked at Santa Clara County Jail.

The restraining order McDonald violated was issued as a result of his earlier domestic violence and child endangerment arrest which occurred in Santa Clara on May 25.

McDonald was released by the Bears promptly after his arrest earlier in the week. Bears chairman George McCaskey addressed the situation at length Thursday, admitting he's asked himself a lot of hard questions after McDonald's arrest. 

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