One of the Juneau teenagers charged with felony assault for throwing a rock at a passing vehicle last summer, and striking an unsuspecting boy in the backseat, has pleaded guilty.
Chaleb E. Calandra changed his plea Wednesday in Juneau Superior Court before Judge Louis Menendez. The 19-year-old will be sentenced in late August.
A plea deal reached with prosecutors calls for Calandra to be sentenced to four years in prison with three years suspended, meaning one year to serve. Menendez will decide whether to accept the deal during the sentencing hearing.