In July of 2017, Robert Martinez was arrested after he tried to fight an Albuquerque Police Department (APD) officer at a gas station near San Mateo and Menaul. This was just before he did a few jumping jacks and challenged a second officer to fight.
On Thursday, Martinez pleaded guilty to battery upon a peace officer, battery upon a health care worker, and assault upon a police officer.
Under the plea agreement, Martinez was facing four years behind bars, but Judge Baca-Miller suspended that sentence. He will be required to do one year of supervised probation instead.