ANCHORAGE - An Anchorage man accused of firing a gun in a drive-by shooting has agreed to be sentenced to seven years in prison in exchange for a guilty plea.
Allen Page agreed to plead guilty in exchange for a 10-year sentence with three suspended.
Superior Court Judge Beverly Cutler will review a pre-sentencing report and consider whether to approve the plea. Sentencing is set for June 6.
The presumptive penalty for firing a gun from a moving vehicle is seven to 11 years. Page has no prior convictions. He was originally charged with attempted murder, assault and weapons misconduct.
He's been in custody since the shooting Aug. 26.
Investigators said the incident apparently stemmed from an argument inside the Alaska State Fair in Palmer.
Page, who was driving a vehicle, is accused of firing a 9 mm handgun at a car with three adults and a 13-month-old child inside. No one was injured.
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