Simpson Back In Custody

Former NFL player O.J. Simpson, right, is transferred to the Clark County Detention Center in Las Vegas, Sunday, Sept. 16, 2007. A prosecutor in Las Vegas says O.J. Simpson "is facing a lot of time" in connection with an alleged armed robbery. Plans are to charge him with several felonies, including two counts of robbery with use of a deadly weapon, which could carry a maximum 35 years each. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)

O.J. Simpson is back in custody.
A court official in Las Vegas says Simpson was taken into
custody in Florida today, on allegations that he violated the terms
of his release on bail in Las Vegas.
That's where he's facing charges stemming from allegations that
he and several others burst into a hotel room and robbed two sports
memorabilia dealers at gunpoint.
A court clerk says Simpson will be going before a judge at the
request of the D.A. in Las Vegas, who's filing a motion to revoke
Simpson's bail. He's supposed to be brought to Las Vegas for that
hearing, scheduled for Wednesday.
Simpson was released on September 19th on $125,000 bail.