A Casper man sent to boot camp for a burglary and weapons possession conviction, will avoid prison time, after re-injuring himself.

Jordan Flock has had his prison time suspended, and placed on three years of probation, after medically washing out of boot camp.

He pleaded guilty to charges of burglary and possession of a deadly weapon with unlawful intent, stemming from an incident in October of last year.

A judge originally sentenced him to five to eight years in prison, followed by an additional three-to-five years after that, and was given a boot camp recommendation.

Before Flock committed the crime, he had sprained his right ankle, and while at boot camp, he re-aggravated it, and medical examiners deemed him unqualified to continue.

As a part of his new probation sentence, he must complete the felony program at the Casper Re-entry Center.