In January of 2017, Stitches was pulled over because he was using a handicap spot at a Miami Whole Foods.
The cops found weed and guns and ammo.
Earlier this week, the scream rapper struck a plea deal on the guns and ammo, which were the most serious charges. He'll have to do 25 hours of community service and a firearm safety course. He also won't be able to possess any firearms until he reapplies for a gun license.
All in all, it's a pretty good deal. Stitches told TMZ that he's grateful that the Miami-Dade State Attorney's Office is going easy on him and allowing him a fresh start.