Mighty Ducks’ Actor Has Been Arrested, Mugshot Is Stunning

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The Mighty Ducks actor Shaun Weiss has been arrested for public intoxication. Although he was released, this wasn't Shaun's first drug arrest.

Weiss's rough mugshot is a far cry from the fresh face he displayed on camera in the three-part Ducks franchise in the 90s.

Around 12:45 a.m., officers approached Weiss near a business on Oro Dam Boulevard near Lincoln Boulevard.

Weiss is best known for playing Greg Goldberg in Disney's Mighty Ducks trilogy. He was transported and booked into the Butte County Jail.

Oroville police Lieutenant Chris Nicodemus told People that Weiss was determined to be high on drugs, though a blood sample was not taken to determine the substance. The reason for the arrest was public intoxication, according to the Oroville Police Department.

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According to TMZ, Weiss was arrested for stealing $151 in merchandise from Fry's Electronics earlier in July.

However he later went back behind bars when he was arrested for possession of suspected methamphetamine after reports were made of a suspicious male stumbling around near the Warner Bros. studio lot in Burbank.

A USA court initially sentenced him to 150 days in jail for that crime, but he wound up being released after just 12 days due to prison overcrowding, which is a horribly depressing sentence.

Weiss also starred in the movie "Heavyweights" but has not appeared in any film or television show in recent years. A year ago he was sentenced to 150 days in jail for his second petty theft arrest.