Those charges were related to an incident in which he was heard by multiple witnesses making threats directed at the county prosecutor.
According to the terms of the plea bargain, Singleton agreed to with the state, he'll be put on unsupervised probation for one year and will complete an anger management course. He'll also have to pay a $500 fine.
His case is going to be reviewed in one year and if he stays in line with his sentence, the charges may be dismissed. The harassment charge is a gross misdemeanor.