A 43-year-old man who deputies say shot up his southeast Nebraska home has made a plea deal.
William Price, of Cortland, has already paid nearly $8,800 in restitution to cover the cost of SWAT units being sent to his home on Nov. 23 and for the deployment of a Nebraska State Patrol helicopter during the incident.
Deputies were sent to Price's home to investigate a report that 20-30 shots had been fired from a .22-caliber handgun. No injuries were reported. Price got away that night but surrendered on November 27th.
Price pleaded no contest on Thursday to misdemeanor domestic assault and two counts of disturbing the peace. Price originally faced felony charges.
He's scheduled to be sentenced on March 15th.
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