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Park shooter enters guilty plea


The man charged with firing a gun into a group of cars and people at Idaho Falls Tautphaus Park on the night of July 30 changed his plea in Seventh District Court Wednesday morning.

Jeremy Marston entered a guilty plea to firing at an occupied vehicle and two counts of aggravated assault.

Bonneville County Chief Deputy Prosecutor John Dewey said an additional count of use of a deadly weapon was dropped. The state will seek a fixed five-year prison sentence with an additional indeterminate penalty.

Firing at an occupied vehicle carries a maximum penalty of 15 years in prison. Each aggravated assault charge carries a maximum 5-year term.

Judge Joel Tingey set sentencing for January 9.

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