TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - A man accused of shooting a juvenile in the back of the head is set to plead guilty.
Under a recent plea agreement, Shawn Bass has pleaded guilty to criminal recklessness.
Originally, he also faced a charge of aggravated battery.
A judge set a sentencing date for February 7th.
The shooting happened in October of 2017.
Police said he shot a juvenile who was driving near Wabash Elementary School.
The driver crashed into the school after being shot.
Police said the incident was linked to an argument involving a girl and money.
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