Reds minor league pitcher Daniel Tuttle has found himself in trouble, again.
On Friday, Tuttle was arrested in Randolph County, N.C. and charged with four counts of assault on a government official, and one count each of second degree trespassing, assault on a government official inflicting serious injury, and attempting to break and enter.
The 22-year-old is currently being held in jail on $100,000 bond.
Aside from his personal life, Tuttle's professional career appears to be in disarray, too. In May, Major League Baseball suspended Tuttle for 100 games after a third violation of the league's drug abuse policy. Tuttle was previously suspended for 50 games due to a second violation in July 2011.
The North Carolina native has not pitched since the 2012 season with Single-A Dayton.
Tuttle was selected in the 5th round of the 2009 MLB Draft and was once considered a promising right-handed pitching prospect in the Reds farm system.
Now, it looks unlikely he will ever throw a pitch in the Cincinnati organization ever again, assuming the franchise does the right thing and cuts ties with him.