Two teenagers involved in a high-speed shooting spree through Minot in February have been sentenced to prison.
But both young men had the most serious charges against them dropped.
20-year-old Nathan Schlosser and 18-year-old Tegan Lamotte were sentenced in district court to five years and four years in prison respectively.
Lamotte was driving a car that chased another vehicle through town after a botched drug deal with the occupants of the other vehicle.
Meanwhile, Schlosser was using a rifle or shotgun to fire at the other car.
One of those shots wounded the driver.
In court today, Judge Richard Hagar agreed to a plea agreement for each man.
Schlosser pleaded guilty to two counts of terrorizing, one count of reckless endangerment, and one count of criminal mischief and was sentenced to five years in prison with five years probation to follow.
Lamotte pleaded guilty to two counts of terrorizing and one count of reckless endangerment and received a sentence of four years in prison and five years of probation.
Class Double-A Felony charges of conspiracy to commit murder were dropped against each man, as were four counts of attempted murder against Schlosser.
Both men were immediately taken into custody to begin serving their prison sentences.