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Timberwolves’ Malik Beasley reaches plea deal in case stemming from September incident – Twin Cities

2020-12-21 19:26:39 –

Timberwolves security guard Malik Beasley reached an agreement with the Hennepin County Attorney’s Office on Monday, and Beasley was found guilty of threatening violence, but was denied the charge of possessing drugs.

Beasley works in a poorhouse or has 120 days of home surveillance. It will be available at any time after the end of the next NBA season. Timberwolves will have a regular season against Detroit at the Target Center on Wednesday.

The NBA may still suspend Beesley, but it’s unclear if the league will punish before Beesley’s official decision on February 9, at which point the judge will be subject to judicial transactions. Is likely to accept.

A felony convicted by Beasley on Monday will be converted to a felony if he successfully completes probation. This can be done within 2 years.

The allegations arose from the September incident of pointing a gun at a family sitting in a car on a street outside Beesley’s Plymouth house.

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