This image provided by the Boulder County Sheriff�s Office shows Jedediah Lee Fox-Udall, who was arrested Jan. 29, 2014 on drug and trespassing charges in Colorado. Jedediah is the son of U.S. Sen. Mark Udall. He has been charged with breaking into a home and four cars after allegedly using heroin. He was advised of the charges during a brief court hearing on Thursday, June 26, 2014. (AP Photo/Boulder County Sheriff�s Office)
BOULDER, Colo. (AP) - The son of U.S. Sen. Mark Udall has pleaded guilty to burglary and breaking into cars in Colorado under a deferred judgment agreement.
Jedediah Fox-Udall entered his plea on Thursday and was sentenced to four years of supervision. If he stays out of trouble and meets the terms of his supervision, including paying restitution, the case will be dismissed and he will not be convicted.
He was arrested in January after he was accused of breaking into a home and cars in Eldorado Springs in Boulder County. At the time, investigators say he admitted using heroin in the previous two days. He later enrolled in an addiction treatment program.
Fox-Udall pleaded guilty to two felonies - burglary and auto trespass.
Prosecutors say deferred judgments are common for people who commit non-violent crimes.
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