TWIN FALLS, ID (KMVT) A man facing up to 20 years in prison and fines up to $150,000 entered a guilty plea today.
Police say at the end of November, Kelvin Milo Jr., 20, helped Stephanie Contreras take a four year old boy from his father's home in Twin Falls. Today Milo pled guilty to helping with child custody interference in exchange for having two other charges, including burglary, dismissed.
District Judge Richard Bevan says, "The crime to which you've now pled guilty. Do you agree with these findings? (Yes) I accept your plea, find and adjudge you of aiding and abetting in child custody interference."
Milo will be sentenced on Monday, April 16th at 1:30 p.m.
In the same courtroom, the attorney for Fabian Colis-Ruiz, 24, of Jerome asked for a delay.
On October 17th, Colis-Ruiz was arrested for selling methamphetamine during a drug sting in the parking lot of the Twin Falls Target store. He'll now enter his plea on Monday, March 19th at 8:45 a.m.
Feb. 8, 2012.