FSU's Khalan Laborn Cuts Deal In Weed Case, Avoids Jail Time
FSU's Khalan Laborn Cuts Deal In Weed Case ... Avoids Jail Time
FSU running back -- the No. 1 RB recruit out of H.S. -- just cut a deal in his weed possession case that will keep him out of jail ... TMZ Sports has learned.
The former 5-star recruit was arrested at 1:30 AM on Nov. 19 in Leon County, Florida, after he was pulled over for driving on an expired vehicle registration with no headlights on.
When cops spoke with the 19-year-old running back ... they say he reeked of weed -- and after they searched his FSU backpack -- they found a glass jar containing the sticky icky.
Laborn was arrested for possession of marijuana less than 20 grams ... which, if convicted -- carries a 1-year jail sentence AND a $1,000 fine.
FOR WEED! (Now legal for recreational use in 10 states and D.C. for people over the age of 21).
But, Khalan copped a plea deal with the state attorney in court Thursday ... and is now off the hook once he completes a diversion program.
We're told Laborn has 90 days to pay a $100 fine and complete either 15 hours of community service or 1 day of Leon County work.
Khalan is one of the highest-rated recruits to ever enroll at FSU ... and flashed promise until a knee injury knocked him out for the 2018 season.
He's expected to be a huge part of the Noles' offense in 2019.