Robert M. Myers Sr., 50, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor disorderly conduct after being charged with shooting a gun into a television and wall during an argument in September. The plea agreement calls for payment of restitution and fines, and to continue in therapy at the location where he completed anger management courses.
Police said Myers took the girlfriend’s son’s phone and Xbox 360 outside and fired a .45-caliber pistol at the items during the argument, before going back inside and firing two more rounds into a television in the son’s bedroom.
His girlfriend was standing in the bedroom doorway near the TV, police said. One of the rounds, police noted, passed through the outside wall of the home and onto the street.
No one was hurt.