GREELEY, Colo. (AP) - A Greeley man accused of taking his infant son from the baby's mother and leaving him with a stranger has pleaded guilty to various charges.
Forty-year-old Alvin Padilla was arrested July 30 after police say he took the baby and left him with a Greeley woman as he ran through city streets. Police arrested Padilla when he returned for the child.
The Greeley Tribune reports Padilla pleaded guilty to violating a protection order as an act of domestic violence and is scheduled to be sentenced next week.
He also pleaded guilty to third-degree assault on allegations that he slapped the baby's mother in March.
In separate cases, Padilla has been sentenced to 30 months in prison for check forgery and attempted introduction of contraband.
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