Weiss, 38, was detained Saturday around 1 AM in Oroville, California, TMZ reports.
Weiss played Goldberg the goalie in all three "Mighty Ducks" films and appeared in the 1995 movie "Heavy Weights".
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A former child star from a popular 90s Disney movie series looks unrecognisable in a mug shot released by police after he was arrested for alleged public intoxication.
"Weiss was arrested for being under the influence of drugs", the Oroville Public Safety Department wrote in a statement on Monday. He was reportedly walking around shining a flashlight into his own face.
Oroville police Lt. Chris Nicodemus told People that Weiss was determined to be high on drugs, though a blood sample was not taken to determine the substance.
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A United States 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. He was sentenced to 150 days in Los Angeles County jail before being released due to overcrowding.
Weiss, who was arrested on drug charges in 2017 days after being released for a separate crime, was released after a few hours.
Last year, Weiss was sentenced to 150 days in a local jail after he pled no contest to stealing $151 in merchandise at a Fry's Electronics store.
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That makes the latest news regarding "The Mighty Ducks" actor Shaun Weiss incredibly sad.