'Mighty Ducks' actor Shaun Weiss arrested for public intoxication

Tabitha Dunn
August 7, 2018

Weiss, who played Goldberg in the popular trilogy, was arrested in Northern California this weekend, according to TMZ. Although he was released, this wasn't Shaun's first drug arrest.

Weiss has been in trouble with the law before, including an arrest past year for possession of meth, which came on the heels of an arrest for stealing merchandise from an electronics store.

Around 12:45 a.m., officers approached Weiss near a business on Oro Dam Boulevard near Lincoln Boulevard. He was transported and booked into the Butte County Jail.

It appears that he is a less than a mighty duck. All four people were "behaving erratically with flashlights", including Shaun flashing one in his own face, when police suspected they may have been under the influence of some kind of substance, according to Nicodemus.

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This is the latest legal drama for Weiss. In 2017, he was sentenced to 90 days in prison after being arrested on a methamphetamine charge in Burbank, California.

The "Heavyweights" actor was sentenced to 90 days in county jail previous year for possession of suspected methamphetamine in Burbank, California.

That arrest occurred just days after he was released from a jail sentence for stealing $151 worth of merchandise from a Fry's electronics store.

In addition to the "Mighty Ducks" franchise, which lasted three movies, Weiss previously was featured in "Heavyweights", "Freaks and Geeks", "The King of Queens" and "The Tony Danza Show".

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