A Lake Lynn man who allegedly fired multiple shots at two of his neighbors March 24 waived his charges Wednesday.
William Clemmer, 31, accepted a tentative deal of four to eight years in prison in exchange for his guilty plea.
State police said Clemmer fired about 12 shots from a rifle at Judith Sanders and Jason Brooks. Clemmer and the alleged victims live along Morgantown Road in Springhill Township.
Clemmer was taken into custody after he was found in a residence along Gans Road. He allegedly left his home in a 2002 Chevrolet Malibu to go to the Gans Road residence.
A section of Route 119 was shut down for more than two hours along Route 119 in the area of Gans Road for the reported shooting. An Albert Gallatin School District bus carrying 13 children returned to the high school to be picked up by parents.
Students at Albert Gallatin Middle School South and Friendship Hill Elementary School were also picked up by their parents at the schools. About 30 students were affected by the incident.
Clemmer is charged with two counts each of aggravated assault, simple assault and reckless endangerment.
He is lodged in Fayette County Prison in lieu of a $250,000 bond.