Joseph Randle, the former Dallas Cowboys running back who was found guilty of aggravated battery, criminal threats and aggravated burglary “after prosecutors say he ran over partygoers after getting kicked out of a party following a loss at a beer pong game,” has been sentenced to probation in the case.
He will have to be on probation for five years and has also been ordered to pay $3,000 in fines.
The judge that they will consider decreasing the length of the probation to only three years if Randle doesn’t have any further run-ins with the law in that span.
He had faced up to 10 years in prison.
Randle still has four other criminal cases pending.
He was arrested six times in 17 months.