MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A 25-year-old Shakopee man has pleaded guilty in May’s ambush on pedal pub.

Earlier this week in Hennepin County Court, John Davis Rock, Jr. pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct. He was the last to face charges in the incident.

On May 23, 2015, witnesses say the group attacked the pedal pub in downtown Minneapolis with water balloons and squirt guns. Some of the passengers were off-duty Burnsville police officers. They held down the attackers until Minneapolis officers arrived.

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As a result of the guilty plea, charges of assault and disorderly conduct involving fighting have been dropped. A 45-day jail term will not be served if Rock doesn’t violate the terms of his one-year probation, which include stipulations to not be convicted of a similar offense during that period.

Rock was also ordered to pay $395 in restitution.