YAKIMA, Wash. — A 22-year-old Yakima man with a history of residential burglaries as a juvenile was convicted Wednesday of his first burglary as an adult.

Bradley Charles Gott was sentenced to just more than a year in custody for his guilty plea in connection with a break-in March 6 in the 1800 block of South 16th Avenue.

Under the terms of his sentence, known as a DOSA for “drug offender sentencing alternative,” Gott received a sentence of a little more than a year in custody plus an equal number of community-based drug treatment days following his release.

According to court records, Gott has five burglary convictions as a juvenile, plus a firearms conviction.

Charges against co-defendant Sean Hurley, 35, are pending.

Authorities said Hurley, who remains in custody on $75,000 bail, has also been linked to a burglary last August in which jewelry valued at nearly $70,000 was reported stolen.