Rara Thomas’ felony charge has been dismissed, according to a report.

Thomas has been suspended by Georgia since his arrest back in January. He was charged with felony false imprisonment and misdemeanor battery family violence 1st offense.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Chip Towers was 1st to report that the felony charge was dismissed on Friday. Per the report, Thomas has also entered a “pretrial diversion program” to resolve the misdemeanor charge.

The requirements of the pretrial diversion program include anger management classes and 40 hours of community service work, per the report. Thomas is also required to pay service fees to the court.

“We’re happy that we were able to work with the district attorney’s office to reach a resolution that was fair and just and agreeable to all of the parties, including the alleged victim,” Kim Stephens, Thomas’ attorney, said Friday via the AJC. 

Thomas’ case being resolved could clear the way for him to re-join Georgia’s football program this spring, per the report.

The 2023 campaign would be Thomas’ 1st in Athens. He transferred to Georgia earlier this offseason after playing for Mississippi State in 2021 and 2022. He has 878 yards and 12 touchdowns in his collegiate career.