Tyler Boebert, the 18-year-old son of Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.), was apprehended on Tuesday and is currently confronting 22 charges in a Colorado court. The Rifle Police Department took him into custody following a series of recent incidents involving vehicle trespass and property thefts in Rifle, a town situated within Colorado’s 3rd congressional district, as reported by Business Insider.

“According to Garfield County Jail‘s records, Tyler Boebert is facing four counts of criminal possession of a financial device, four counts of criminal possession of ID documents, and a count of conspiracy to commit a felony,” Business Insider reported. ”He’s also charged with four misdemeanor counts of ID theft, three misdemeanor counts of first-degree criminal trespass, and three misdemeanor counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor.”

He faced three charges of petty theft, each involving less than $300. This recent arrest follows a tumultuous year for the Boebert family.

“Lauren Boebert announced earlier this year that she intended to run for a new seat in 2024, shifting her campaign to Colorado’s 4th district,” according to Business Insider.