Ex-boxing champ Kelly Pavlik worked out two plea deals in a single day, resolving charges relating to a pellet gun attack from 2015 and allegations of breaking and entering in 2011.
As we previously reported … the former WBO and WBC middleweight champ was charged with felony assault in 2015 after he shot a guy with a pellet gun.
Prosecutors added the breaking and entering charge stemming from a 2011 incident where he allegedly broke into a foreclosed house and stole piping.
A rep for the Mahoning County Court tells us Pavlik pled guilty to a reduced charge in the gun case on Thursday. He was sentenced to 6 months in jail, but the judge suspended the time.
In the breaking and entering case, he entered a supervised diversion program that will last at least a year. If he successfully completes the program, the charge will be dismissed.