A Nebraska man charged with attacking his boss over a paycheck dispute is going to prison.
Twenty-eight-year-old Michael Dennis of Columbus was accused of threatening to shoot his boss, Joshua Slonecker, with a shotgun and then using the gun to hit in the face and open bloody gashes on his eye last September.
Dennis pleaded no contest to attempted second-degree assault and terrorist threats in January.
Dennis was sentenced to 20 months to 4 years in prison.
During last week's sentencing in Platte County District Court, Dennis told the judge he didn't cut his boss' eye with a shotgun, he used his fist.