An Orem man originally charged with attempted criminal homicide, a second-degree felony, has received a suspended prison sentence and will spend the next 90 days in jail.

Efrain Beltran, 38, pleaded guilty last month to lesser charges of aggravated assault and possession of a dangerous weapon by a restricted person, both third-degree felonies, as a result of a plea agreement.Fourth District Judge George E. Ballif sentenced Beltran to a prison term of zero to five years, but suspended that sentence and gave the defendant a 90-day jail term after placing him on probation for the same period.

The charges resulted after Beltran allegedly fired at a 17-year-old Salt Lake man with a handgun and attacked him with a machete last Aug. 21.