DECATUR, Alabama -- Decatur police arrested Rolando McClain and charged the former Alabama linebacker with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest on Sunday.

Rolando McClain, charged with two misdemeanors. The arrest followed a report of a disturbance at Pines Park in Decatur, police said in a short press release and didn't offer further details. McClain was released from jail after he posted a $1,000 bond. Both charges are misdemeanors. Police said more details would be forthcoming Monday morning after investigators review the reports.

McClain, a Decatur native, has has repeated run-ins with Decatur police.

He was convicted in Decatur municipal court on May 18, 2012 of reckless endangerment, menacing, third-degree assault and firing a gun in the city limits after an incident in which he fired a handgun near the head of a childhood friend on Nov. 30, 2011. He was sentenced to 180 days in jail. McClain appealed the conviction to circuit court, where the charges were dismissed when the victim, Rishard Tapscott, declined to testify, The Decatur Daily reported.

On Jan. 8, less than a week before purchasing the home a $1 million home in Madison, McClain was arrested in Decatur on charges of violating the city's window tint code as well as providing false information to police.