Reports: Stoll’s felony charge reduced to misdemeanors

Via these notes from Lisa Dillman of the LA Times, Jarret Stoll’s felony charge has been dismissed. He is now being charged with two misdemeanor counts:

Dillman also noted that Stoll was not present in court this morning.

Katie Strang of also reported the shift in Stoll’s status:

Neither of the two misdemeanors are drug-related charges, however, so any potential immigration issues for the Canadian-born Stoll should no longer be an impediment should a team want to sign the veteran center.

Stoll, who turned 33 on Wednesday, is eligible to become a free agent on July 1 and is unlikely to re-sign with Los Angeles.

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