Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield was fined a total of $943.20, including court costs, after accepting a plea deal to three misdemeanors stemming from his February 25 arrest in Fayetteville, Ark., according to the Fayetteville prosecutor's office.
Thomas says he dropped a charge of refusing to submit to arrest.More news: Theresa May 'distraught' over fatal London tower blaze
He reached a plea bargain deal last week, and was ordered by the court to pay over 900 dollars in fines and restitution.
Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield has accepted a plea deal, agreeing to pay a fine and court costs in his case in Fayetteville, Ark., and, in return, he won't be prosecuted for resisting arrest, the Norman Transcript reported Monday. Mayfield plead guilty in district court on June 14.
Oklahoma announced last week Baker Mayfield's punishment for his drunken offseason arrest. That was after he attempted and failed to run away from police. He has learned from his mistake and will continue to grow from it. An officer tackled Mayfield to the ground and struggled to restrain him. "The coaching staff and the team has every confidence in him going forward".More news: TODAY'S FORECAST: Showers and thunderstorms, high near 81
According to the police report, Mayfield was encountered by police around 2:30 a.m. after an alleged altercation.
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