Former President Reagan’s grandson, arrested for allegedly trying to break into a car, has pleaded no contest to one count of receiving stolen property. Cameron Reagan, 20, faces up to three years in California state prison, Los Angeles prosecutor Lea Purwin D’Agostino said Tuesday. He also faces prosecution on four other charges. Reagan and a friend, Christopher Lopez, were arrested in November by police who said the pair tried to enter parked vehicles by pulling on the doors. The two had a briefcase, cellular phone, pager, clothing and money stolen from a nearby car at the time of their arrest, prosecutor John Spillane said. Sentencing is set for May 4.