Randle Gets Deferred Adjudication In Theft Case

Randle Gets Deferred Adjudication In Theft Case

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Dallas Cowboys running back Joseph Randle could have a misdemeanor theft charge dismissed if he stays out of trouble with the law for the next six months.

Collin County (Texas) jail records reviewed Friday show Randle pleaded guilty to misdemeanor theft on Tuesday in a plea deal over his Oct. 13 arrest.

A judge in McKinney put Randle on 180 days of deferred adjudication probation. The Dallas Morning News on Thursday reported that his Class C misdemeanor could be set aside if he successfully completes probation. He also paid $706 in court-related costs.

Dallas Cowboys running back Joseph Randle could have a misdemeanor theft charge dismissed if he stays out of trouble with the law for the next six months.

Collin County (Texas) jail records reviewed Friday show Randle pleaded guilty to misdemeanor theft on Tuesday in a plea deal over his Oct. 13 arrest.

A judge in McKinney put Randle on 180 days of deferred adjudication probation. The Dallas Morning News on Thursday reported that his Class C misdemeanor could be set aside if he successfully completes probation. He also paid $706 in court-related costs.

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