Navajo Nation men plead guilty in shooting at home with children
Two men from the Navajo Nation pleaded guilty for a drive-by shooting on the New Mexico portion of the reservation.

Jarin Scott, 20, pleaded guilty to federal assault with a deadly weapon. He admitted he fired a gun into the home of his ex-girlfriend. Three children were inside at the time of the incident in April but no one was injured.

Chancey Begay, 19, drove the car that was used during the shooting. He also pleaded guilty. Both men face up to 10 years in federal prison for the crime.

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