A man pleaded guilty Friday to a drive-by shooting last year in Tacoma that involved another man and his father.
Adam Love, 24, pleaded guilty to one count of drive-by shooting, and his sentencing is scheduled for later this year.
Love was initially also charged with two counts of first-degree assault and unlawful gun possession. Those charges were dropped.
“He very much regrets the incident,” defense attorney Dana Ryan told The News Tribune. “He has a 3-month-old baby that was just born, and he’s looking forward to being released and raising his child.”
Charging papers give this account of the shooting, which happened about 10:30 p.m. June 10 in the 7200 block of South Alder Street:
A man was driving, and said Love and another person yelled at him when he was stopped at a light. The man told his father, and they walked around the neighborhood looking for Love. They found Love in a vehicle, and the son exchanged words with him.
Love then started driving away and fired as he left.
Bullets hit a parked car and a house. No one was hurt.