An ex-Marine from Virginia has pleaded guilty to charges that he fired shots at the Pentagon, the Marine Corps museum in Quantico and other military-related targets.
A plea-agreement hearing was held Thursday for 24-year-old Yonathan Melaku of Alexandria. He agreed to a 25-year sentence in the case.
Prosecutors charged Melaku last year, saying they had evidence linking him to a series of overnight shootings in 2010 at a number of military buildings in northern Virginia. No one was injured.
Source: My Fox DC
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