In 2012, Leaf, who was already on probation in Texas in connection with similar charges dating back to a 2008 arrest, broke into a Great Falls, Mont., home to steal prescription drugs.
The former Washington State standout was arrested twice over a two-day period and later pleaded guilty to the charges.
He is now under supervised probation in Great Falls.
Leaf, a former
He amassed a record of 4-16 as a starter between the 1998 and 2000 seasons. In that time he threw 13 touchdown passes and had 33 passes intercepted. He missed the 1999 season after suffering a shoulder injury in training camp.
After being cut by the Chargers in February 2001, Leaf was brought on by the
The Associated Press contributed to this report.