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  • 24 Jul
    导出博客文章GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Florida receiver Rick Wells has signed a deferred
    prosecution agreement with the State Attorneys Office, meaning he can avoid a
    conviction on his record if he meets a number of conditions.Wells and fellow
    freshman Tyrie Cleveland were arrested in July for firing BB guns into an
    on-campus residence hall. The charge was reduced Tuesday from a felony to a
    misdemeanor.Cleveland is not eligible for deferred prosecution because of a past
    shoplifting charge in Houston. Cleveland has a Sept. 22 court date, where he is
    expected to accept a plea deal.Wells must pay $979.80 in restitution, pay $100
    in prosecution costs, and donate $150 to a child advocacy center or perform 12
    hours of community service. If he completes those in six months, the criminal
    mischief charge will be dismissed.Cleveland is expected to get similar
    sanctions.---AP college football website:
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