"Bobo" Wilson Pleas No Contest to Stolen Scooter Charges

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Tallahassee, FL---It appears FSU wide receiver Jesus "Bobo" Wilson will be back from suspension soon.

Thursday, the sophomore pleaded no contest to charges of petty theft and criminal mischief in a Leon County court after stealing a motor scooter on campus back in June.

Wilson originally faced felony charges for grand theft when he was arrested earlier this month. University policy suspends Seminoles facing felonies; they can practice and work out with the team, but can't play or travel.

The charges were dropped to misdemeanors, meaning it's clear for Wilson to return. There's been no response yet from Florida State on Wilson's standing with the team.

Bobo's already paid $1,074 in restitution to the scooter's owner, will serve 30 days in a jail camp, and serve two years probation, one if he completes the jail camp.