There aren't many consistencies in the case of missing baby Gabriel Johnson, except for the boy's pops lengthening his rap sheet, and Gabriel's mom not showing up to court.
Both of those happened again this morning.
Logan McQueary, who had moved out of the state, was in a Maricopa County courtroom this morning to plead guilty to a misdemeanor theft charge, earning himself a year on probation.
That's the latest entry in McQueary's criminal history, which includes a conviction last year for reckless driving, a plea deal in 2005 that allowed him to avoid three felony burglary charges, another theft-related conviction that same year, an under-21 alcohol consumption citation in 2004, and a few couple cases regarding driver's license violations.
Then there's Johnson, who's been in jail since being charged with kidnapping in the disappearance of Gabriel, who was last seen when Johnson went on a trip to San Antonio
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