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LOGAN, Utah (AP) -- Two men and two women have pleaded guilty to charges related to a drive-by shooting in Hyrum that left a homeowner hospitalized.
Eduardo Arellano and Andrew Pham pleaded guilty to charges of first-degree felony attempted murder in 1st District Court yesterday. Nicole Pagan and Mina Siyavong also pleaded guilty to riot, a second-degree felony.
Police say the four West Valley City area residents drove to a Hyrum trailer park on Sept. 18 and shot a 40-year-old man in the legs as he was putting equipment into a truck.
The man was treated for his injuries at Logan Regional Hospital and is recovering.
Police say the man may have been shot in retaliation for getting one of his assailant's friends in trouble.
Sentencing is set for next month.
Arellano and Pham face possible prison terms of three to 15 years. The women could spend between one and 15 years in prison. They were charged with a second-degree felony because the shooting took place within 1,000 feet of a school.
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