An Allentown teen with the street name "Gun Play" who had been charged with two counts of attempted homicide in a Bethlehem shooting pleaded guilty to lesser charges Thursday.
Raeshawn Perez, 18, was arrested Oct. 1 for firing shots into a house less than two blocks south of Liberty High School, Patch previously reported. Police responded around 3 p.m. No one was injured but the house was damaged.
Perez fired four shots but missed a man and his 14-year-old brother as they stood on a porch on the 900 block of High Street, according to The Morning Call.
Perez was being held in Northampton County Prison in lieu of $500,000 bail.
His guilty plea came during his formal arraignment in county court. He waived all charges -- including the attempted homicide counts -- at a Nov. 20 preliminary hearing before District Judge Roy Manwaring.
Senior Judge Leonard Zito set sentencing for March 7.