GREELEY, Colo. (AP) — A Greeley man accused of taking his infant son from the baby’s mother and leaving him with a stranger has been sentenced to 360 days in jail.
Prosecutors say the sentence Alvin Padilla received Monday will be served at the same time as a 30-month sentence for unrelated convictions for forgery and attempt to introduce first-degree contraband.
Padilla’s sentence Monday dealt with crimes against his child’s mother. He pleaded guilty previously to third-degree assault in connection with an assault in March and to violating a protection order, after he was accused of taking his son from the baby’s mother in July and leaving the baby with a stranger as he ran from police.
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