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Former Michigan State University basketball star Keith Appling was sentenced Thursday in Wayne County. A judge ordered that Appling serve 5 years probation which includes serving one year in the Wayne County jail for carrying a concealed weapon and assaulting, obstructing or resisting arrest. Appling pleaded guilty to the charges in connection to a traffic stop that took place in August of 2016. Appling was pulled over at Russell and E. Seven Mile. After initially stopping in his 2013 blue Dodge Challenger, police say he fled and tossed a handgun out the window.
Former Michigan State basketball player Keith Appling is expected to serve jail time after pleading guilty to carrying a concealed weapon and resisting police charges. Appling’s plea was accepted Monday in Wayne County Circuit Court.
The 24-year-old Appling played for Michigan State from 2010-2014 and had two brief contracts with the Orlando Magic. He was arrested last August after driving away from a traffic stop in Detroit. Gun charges also are pending in two other cases in Dearborn and Detroit.
Former Michigan State University basketball star Keith Appling was arraigned in a Detroit courtroom on four new felony charges Tuesday after another arrest — his third since May. The new charges Appling faces are carrying a concealed weapon, resisting and obstructing police, third-degree fleeing and eluding and felony firearm.
Authorities say former Michigan State basketball player Keith Appling has been arrested again on a charge of carrying a concealed weapon. Detroit police Sgt. Michael Woody said Appling was arrested early Saturday after officers stopped a fast-driving Dodge Charger. Woody says officers saw Appling, a passenger, place a weapon under a seat.
Keith Appling, a point guard for the Orlando Magic’s NBA Development League affiliate, is scheduled to be arraigned this afternoon in Dearborn, Mich., after the Wayne County prosecutor charged him with carrying a concealed weapon, a felony; possession of a loaded firearm in a vehicle, a misdemeanor; and possession of marijuana, a misdemeanor.
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