FSU WR Jesus Wilson Arrested on Grand Theft Auto Charge
Florida State receiver Jesus Wilson was arrested on Wednesday for Grand Theft Auto. The charge is a third degree felony.
According to Florida law the charge of grand theft auto in the third degree carries a maximum sentence of five yeas in prison, five years probation and up to a $5,000 fine if he is convicted. FSU policy also states that anyone charged with a felony is automatically suspended until the case has been resolved.
Wilson was competing to be the Noles slot WR this year and is a Sophomore out of Miami. He has been tweeting though:
When u at the bottom you gone see who really with you
Let’s see how this plays out but expect and indefinite suspension for Wilson.