A 22-year-old woman connected to a so-called “bling ring” that targeted celebrities’ homes pleaded no contest this week to a residential burglary charge stemming from an August 2009 break-in at actress Lindsay Lohan’s home.

Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Larry Paul Fidler immediately sentenced Diana Tamayo to 60 days of Caltrans service, three years probation and 10 days already served in county jail. She is also expected to be ordered to pay an as-yet undetermined amount of restitution.

Two other charges against her–conspiracy and receiving stolen property–were dismissed as a result of the plea.

Tamayo is the fourth person to plead no contest to burglary in connection with the case.
Alexis Neiers, 21, pleaded no contest in May 2010 to a residential burglary charge involving a break-in at actor Orlando Bloom’s home and was sentenced to six months in jail before the other five defendants were indicted.

Rachel Lee, 21, pleaded no contest in September 2011 to a residential burglary charge involving the home of former “The Hills” star . Lee was sentenced to four years in state prison.

Nicholas Prugo, 21, pleaded no contest March 2 to a pair of residential burglary counts involving the break-ins at the homes of Lohan and Patridge. He is facing two years in prison, with sentencing set next month.

Defense attorneys told the judge they are close to settling the case against the final two defendants, Courtney Leigh Ames, 21, and Roy Lopez Jr., 30, who are charged in connection with a burglary at Paris Hilton’s home. Ames and Lopez are due back at the downtown Los Angeles courthouse on Nov. 8.

A Los Angeles police investigator came under fire earlier this year by defense attorneys for his work as a consultant on an upcoming Sofia Coppola movie that was inspired by the case.