It looks like Jim Jones recently received some good news concerning his gun and drug case out in Georgia.
According to TMZ, court documents out of Coweta County, GA, reveal that Jim received two years probation, a $1,500 fine and minor court costs in his case. As it was previously reported, he was facing five felony counts and a misdemeanor from his arrest back in June 2018.
According to the site, three of his six charges were dropped, which included a felony drug charge and two felony counts of possession of a firearm. The remaining three charges will reportedly go away if he stays out of trouble while he is on probation, which is a part of a plea deal.
In documents obtained by the site, Jim reportedly has to stay off of drugs and alcohol for the next few years and report to his probation officer to get the remaining charges dropped.
As we previously reported, in June of 2018, Jim was reportedly busted in Georgia after a police chase. Once the car stopped police reportedly found two guns, marijuana, oxycodone, percoet pills, and vape cartridges.
Shortly after the arrest, he was released on $7,000 bail.