Chiefs player Isaiah Buggs arrested on domestic violence and burglary charges

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Kansas City Chiefs defensive tackle Isaiah Buggs was arrested Sunday in Alabama.

According to records with the Tuscaloosa County Jail, the 27-year-old veteran was booked on a second-degree domestic violence and burglary charge. His bond was set at $5,000.

Buggs, who joined the Chiefs this offseason after two years with the Detroit Lions, was also recently arrested at the end of May on animal cruelty charges, which he "vehemently" denied. Court documents alleged two dogs were found malnourished and neglected at his Tuscaloosa home, which he claimed he moved out of around March 19.

Scripps News Kansas City has reached out to the Chiefs for a comment on Buggs' latest arrest Sunday but had not received a response at the time this story was published.

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