William Bush has reached a plea deal in his latest brush with the law. He pleaded guilty to Possession of a Firearm by a Prohibited Person and will be sentenced June 3rd.
In exchange for the plea, a Habitual Criminal charge was dismissed.
Bush had been scheduled to go to trial Monday in connection with a shooting that injured 27-year-old James Strong last September.
Authorities say Bush drove James Strong to the hospital for treatment of a gunshot wound. Investigating officers found reason to believe that Bush might have been involved in the shooting. He had a gun at the hospital and was arrested.
In March 2012, Bush stood trial for the death of Kyle McCroy, but was acquitted amid questions about witness tampering.
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