Another accused of the University Hill riot earlier this year struck a plea deal in his case and was sentenced to probation.
Patrick Benz, 20, pleaded guilty on Thursday to one count of falsifying a motor vehicle and was sentenced to one year of probation, 100 hours of community service and $ 295.89 in restitution, according to online court records.
Prosecutors dismissed the other charges, all misdemeanors.
An estimated 500 to 800 college-aged people gathered near Pennsylvania Avenue and 10th Street on March 6 in a large outdoor party that turned destructive, with people overturning a car and damaging others. vehicles and goods.
A Boulder SWAT armored vehicle eventually arrived at the scene to disperse the crowds, but the truck was damaged and three police officers were slightly injured.
According to an affidavit, Benz was identified by people who knew him as the person seen in a video kicking the windshield of an overturned vehicle.
Police estimated the damage to the windshield was $ 400 and the damage to the vehicle totaled $ 11,000.
Benz, who at the time was a student at the University of Colorado at Boulder, is the second defendant to reach a plea deal in his case.
As of last week, CU Boulder has reported 94 probations and 5 riot-related suspensions.