Austin Coburn, 20,who is accused of firing several rounds from a gun during a dispute with a neighbor, will spend the next 90 days behind bars after admitting to violating his probation in Butler County Court on Friday.
Coburn admitted that he failed to report as directed, continued to use marijuana, made no effort to find employment, failed to start community service, got new charges including disorderly conduct and was not paying his fines.
Coburn was initially sentenced April 26 to 12 months’ probation, a $100 fine and 25 hours of community service after pleading guilty in March to misdemeanor firearms not to be carried without a license.
He was initially charged with felony firearms not to be carried without a license, which was reduced to the misdemeanor to which he pleaded, and misdemeanor recklessly endangering another person, which was later dismissed as part of the plea.
State police said Coburn fired several shots over a parking dispute on Sept. 9, 2016, after getting into an argument with another person over parking on the property.