ROCHESTER, Minn. (KTTC) -- A teenager who pleaded guilty to a spree of vandalism in Rochester has learned his fate.
Michael Judy, 19, was sentenced to three years in prison for several charges including damage to property in the first degree and drive-by shooting with a dangerous weapon.
Investigators said Judy drove around Rochester with two people, shooting out dozens of vehicle and home windows with pellet guns.
In total, the teens did more than $17,000 in damage.
The other two teens have also pleaded guilty and are expected to be sentenced in the coming months.
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