Colts defensive tackle David Parry has pleaded guilty to two counts related to his involvement in a golf-cart theft in February in Scottsdale, Ariz., TMZ.com reported.
Parry, who has started every Colts game over the last two years, pleaded guilty to one count of misdemeanor disorderly conduct and one count of felony attempt to commit unlawful means of transportation.
He is scheduled to be sentenced in May and could face up to three years in jail. He also will face punishment under the NFL's personal conduct policy.
TMZ.com also reported that, separately, Parry has been charged in a separate jurisdiction with two counts of extreme DUI — including having a blood alcohol content over .20 — stemming from the same incident.
According to a police report obtained by the Indianapolis Star, Parry, 24, was one of three people picked up at downtown Phoenix bar and driven to a Scottsdale apartment complex in a street-legal golf cart being used as a taxi.
When the driver stopped to drop off the other two passengers and exited the cart to collect payment, Parry allegedly hit the driver in the head and tried to flee in the golf cart. Officers later got a call of a hit-and-run and found the cart crashed into a gate.
Parry, a 6-2, 310-pound fifth-round draft pick from Stanford in 2015, was spotted by police walking drunk down the street and was arrested.
In two seasons, Parry has has 78 tackles with four sacks, three of which came last season.